1st Edition

Opaque Nuclear Proliferation Methodological and Policy Implications

Edited By Benjamin Frankel Copyright 1991

    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?

    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).