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by Regina Cowen Karp
Security With Nuclear Weapons? examines the commonalities and differences in political approaches to nuclear weapons both within and between three groups of states: nuclear, non-nuclear and threshold.
Security With Nuclear Weapons? examines the commonalities and differences in political approaches to nuclear weapons both within and between three groups of states: nuclear, non-nuclear and threshold. The chapters explore the evolution of thinking about nuclear weapons and the role these weapons play in national security planning, and question the official security rationales offered by the nuclear weapon states for the maintenance of nuclear capabilities. For the non-nuclear weapon states, the book presents an analysis of alternative ways of assuring security and foreign policy effectiveness.
This book examines the question: is the elimination of nuclear weapons politically feasible and technically practical? . There are no compelling reasons to perpetuate a cold war era nuclear security approach.
This book examines the question: is the elimination of nuclear weapons politically feasible and technically practical? With the end of the cold war, a re-thinking of the nuclear foundations of international security is imperative. Neither is the world ready to abolish nuclear weapons by agreement. What it is ready for, however, is a radical reappraisal of conventional strategic and disarmament wisdom.
Security with Nuclear Weapons? book. Providing insight into the impact nuclear weapons have on national and international security, this analysis offers a comprehensive reassessment of the concept of nuclear security.
Security with Nuclear Weapons? Different Perspectives on National Security. London: Oxford University Press, 1991. Edward A. Kolodziej (a1). University of Illinois, Urbana–Champaign. Dr Regina Cowen Karp. Chapters on nuclear perceptions of India, Pakistan and China are of particular interest.
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Security with Nuclear Weapons? : Different Perspectives on National Security. Over the past twenty years, SIPRI has concentrated on problems ofarmaments, disarmament, and arms regulation. SIPRI is financed mainly by the Swedish Parliament.
Different Perspectives on Non-Nuclear Security. Oxford: Oxford University Press/SIPRI, 1992); Reiss, Mitchell: Bridled Ambitions. Why Countries Constrain Their Nuclear Capabilities (Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 1995). 16. Palme Commission (Independent Commission on Disarmament and Security Issues): Common Security. A Blueprint for Survival. With a Prologue by Cyrus Vance (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1982), p. 138. 17. ibid. pp. 5, 7 and 9. 18. Herz, John . Political Realism and Political Idealism.
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