This examination of nuclear arms control addresses the question of what kind of posture do second generation nuclear weapons states adopt in a world in which the presumption of non-proliferation is accepted?
Table of Contents
An anxious decade - nuclear proliferation in the 1990s, Benjamin Frankel; opaque nuclear proliferation, Avner Cohen, Benjamin Frankel; opaque proliferation - the Israeli case, Yair Evron; facing the unavoidable - Israel's nuclear monopoly revisited, Avner Cohen, Marvin Miller; tacit bargaining and stable proliferation in South Asia, Neil Joeck; opaque proliferation and the fate of the non-proliferation regime, Roger K. Smith; opaque proliferation and the public agenda, Randy J. Rydell; choosing nuclear arsenals - prescriptions and predictions for new nuclear powers, Eric H. Arnett; nuclear tests and nuclear weapons, Theodore, B. Taylor; opaque nuclear proliferations and the political selection of arms control concepts, Emanuel Adler.
Benjamin Frankel is editor of Security Studies. He is completing a manuscript on Henry Kissinger and US national security in the early 1970s, and is the editor of In the National Interest (1990); and the Internationa Politics: 1945-1990 volumes of the Twentieth Century Encyclopedia (1991).