This book examines the components of the nuclear non-proliferation regime and policies which have been suggested as means to strengthen it. It discusses alternatives that might lower the likelihood of further proliferation and help reduce the nuclear arms and capabilities of proliferant states.
Table of Contents
Preface -- Introduction -- The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty: Purpose and Performance -- Supply-Side Policies: Why They Fail -- Limitations of Detection and Verification -- The Changed International Environment -- Disarmament -- End Nuclear Testing? -- Challenge Inspections -- International Sanctions -- Security Assurances -- The Education Option -- Conclusion -- United Nations Security Council Resolution 687 (1991) -- United Nations Security Council Resolution 707 (1991) -- United Nations Security Council Resolution 715 (1991)
Kathleen C. Bailey