First Published in 2005. How should the 'problem of order' associated with weapons of mass destrcution be understood and addressed today? Have the problem and its solution been misconceived and misrepresented, as manifested by the problematic aftermath of Iraq War? Has 9/11 rendered redundant past international ordering strategies, or these still discarded at our own peril? These are questions explored in this Adelphi Paper.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Concepts of Internal Order: the Antidote to Enmity, Weapons of Mass Destruction and Internal Order to 1990, Post-Cold War WMD Order: two Divergent Paths, The Breakdown of WMD Order, The Iraq War and Afterwards, Conclusion: BAck to Great-Power Relations.