Challenges for the 1990s for Arms Control and International Security

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National Academies Press, Jan 15, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 67 pages
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Featuring essays by prominent experts in international security, this volume surveys the status and prospects for progress in every major area of arms control under active negotiation: strategic and conventional force reductions, a chemical weapons ban, and the vitality of the nuclear nonproliferation treaty regime. Also included is a fascinating account of the implementation of the INF Treaty through on-site inspections to verify missile destruction by the director of the U.S. On-Site Inspection Agency, Brigadier General Roland Lajoie. Roald Sagdeev, a prominent Soviet scientist and expert on security matters, offers his views of the Soviet Union's restructuring of its approach to national and international security. Also featured are essays by Wolfgang Panofsky, R. James Woolsey, Paul Doty, Matthew Meselson, Spurgeon Keeny, and Marvin Goldberger.
 

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Contents

1Challenges for International Security in the 1990s
1
From INF to New Agreements
13
3Soviet New Thinking About International Security
28
A Status Report on INF Inspections
36
5Whither Conventional Arms Control?
47
6Prospects for a Chemical Weapons Disarmament Treaty
57
7Vitality of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Regime
64
8Summary Remarks
72
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