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Repairing the Regime
Preventing the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction

Edited By

Joseph Cirincione

ISBN 9780415925969
Published May 24, 2000 by Routledge
346 Pages

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Book Description

First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.



Joseph Cirincione is Director of the Non-Proliferation Project at the Carnegie Endowment for Peace, and has written for the Boston Globe, The Washington Quarterly, The New York Times, Current History, and Foreign Policy.


"Editor Joseph Cirincione presents a comprehensive collection of essays on the current state of global nonproliferation efforts, bringing together an impressively diverse range of viewpoints from experts around the world... Comined with the highly useful empirical data provided in the appendices and tables, the informed perspectives of the contributers make the book a worthy read." -- Journal of International Law and Politics
"An important book with contributions by the world's leading authorities on proliferation and arms control. Packed with creative analysis and usable policy recommendations, Repairing the Regime will be of interest to scholars and practitioners alike." -- Jessica Stern, Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University and author of The Ultimate Terrorists
"Repairing the Regime is an invaluable resource and timely contribution to the range of troubling proliferation issues and strategies for addressing them offering a rich representation of official and well-informed NGO analyses at a time when the entire regime is at a crossroads." -- Robert Manning, Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
"...the effort here is comprehensive and valiant." -- The Key reporter-Phi Beta Kappa
"Rice provides enjoyable reading and interesting information in compact form." -- Peter C. Nadig, Department of Ancient History, RWTH-Aachen, Germany