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Deterrence in an Era of Iranian Nuclear Proliferation By Navid Hassibi
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The Iranian nuclear saga has been of grave concern to the international community, namely the West and Israel, since news broke in 2002 that Tehran clandestinely operated two nuclear facilities in... More > Natanz and Arak. The Islamic Republic of Iran claims that it is exercising its inalienable right under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty; however, the West and Israel distrust Iran’s motives and believe that Tehran is seeking to develop nuclear weapons. Iran’s nuclear program and bellicose negotiating strategy has triggered concern among the West and Israel, prompting the question as to whether their cause for concern is warranted. This concern is examined in Deterrence in an Era of Iranian Nuclear Proliferation by assessing the theories of nuclear deterrence and applying them in a 2008-2009 Iranian context to determine whether nuclear deterrence failures would arise should Iran acquire nuclear weaponry.< Less
Deterrence in an Era of Iranian Nuclear Proliferation By Navid Hassibi
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The Iranian nuclear saga has been of grave concern to the international community, namely the West and Israel, since news broke in 2002 that Tehran clandestinely operated two nuclear facilities in... More > Natanz and Arak. The Islamic Republic of Iran claims that it is exercising its inalienable right under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty; however, the West and Israel distrust Iran’s motives and believe that Tehran is seeking to develop nuclear weapons. Iran’s nuclear program and bellicose negotiating strategy has triggered concern among the West and Israel, prompting the question as to whether their cause for concern is warranted. This concern is examined in Deterrence in an Era of Iranian Nuclear Proliferation by assessing the theories of nuclear deterrence and applying them in a 2008-2009 Iranian context to determine whether nuclear deterrence failures would arise should Iran acquire nuclear weaponry.< Less
Nuclear Non-Proliferation Retraining in Post-Soviet Russia By Melissa Archibald
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A description of the international efforts to offer retraining to Russian nuclear scientists and technologists so that they are not forced by economic hardship to sell their expertise to rogue states... More > or terrorist organizations.< Less
Nuclear Non-Proliferation Retraining in Post-Soviet Russia By Melissa Archibald
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A description of the international efforts to offer retraining to Russian nuclear scientists and technologists so that they are not forced by economic hardship to sell their expertise to rogue states... More > or terrorist organizations.< Less
Iran ready to fill NPT (Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons) today, ,, India told it will signed NPT , if USA provide , veto power in UNSC ( temporary) , while Iran never say that it want UNSC veto power, while on other hand INDIA By Ruhel Chisty FRACI CChem A,MRSC CChem
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Iran ready to fill NPT (Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons) today, ,, India told it will signed NPT , if USA provide , veto power in UNSC ( temporary) , while Iran never say that it... More > want UNSC veto power, while on other hand INDIA refused to Fill NPT ,CTBT , and it have 3500 Hindu Nuke Bombs , 30 Nuke reactors running condition ,all from Russia , getting 10 more nuke rectors from USA, France, Japan , China , means India will have 40 Nuke rectors till 2030 , India have Agni 6.7.8 Nuke missile capable to hit USA, EU OIC any nation with Nuke bombs of 1500 kgs , Agni 7,8,9 is Satellite linked , and can be locked at ISRO , for any nation till hit , !!?? Iran maximum Missile range is 2000 km only, it does not have 2500 km range missile it self , while India have 10,000 -25000 km range nuke missiles=Agni 6.7.8.9 !!??< Less
Nuclear Cooperation with India: New Challenges, New Opportunities By Wade L. Huntley, Karthika Sasikumar
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On November 22, 2005, the Simons Centre for Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Research convened a one-day conference on “Nuclear Cooperation with India” to seek new insights into these... More > issues. The conference gathered a diverse group of specialists to discuss the political and technical consequences of the recent initiatives. The presentations and discussion considered the merits of the specific terms of the US-India arrangement, Canadian policy responses, the direct impact on the NPT regime, and the potential broader consequences for non-proliferation efforts worldwide. This volume documents the proceedings of the conference. It includes an introduction, texts of each presentation, a summary of the ensuing discussions, and a concluding essay. The volume also includes supplementary background material and a current bibliography.< Less
Disarmament Week - October 24-30 By Robert Alan
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Freely reproducible handouts for Disarmament Week, October 24-30, featuring 65 portraits by Robert Alan
Disarmament Week - October 24-30 By Robert Alan
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Freely reproducible handouts for Disarmament Week, October 24-30, featuring 65 portraits by Robert Alan
Canadian Policy on Nuclear Cooperation with India: Confronting New Dilemmas By Karthika Sasikumar, Wade Huntley
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In July 2005, the United States and India announced a bold agreement to restore nuclear co-operation. The deal, nearing finalization in late 2007, has been vigorously critiqued by arms control... More > advocates anticipating dire consequences for the non-proliferation regime. For Canada, the implications of re-opening nuclear cooperation with India are particularly complex, rekindling historical animosities and challenging Canada’s longstanding commitment to global nuclear disarmament. Canada, as a party to the Nuclear Suppliers Group, has a voice in the ultimate disposition of the agreement. What are Canada’s choices? What should be its goals and policies? This volume presents the analyses and conclusions of a select group of scholars and governmental policy-makers who work extensively with these issues, gathered for a workshop in Ottawa on 19-20 March 2007 convened by the Simons Centre of the University of British Columbia. Available November 2007 through major booksellers in Canada & the US.< Less
Canadian Policy on Nuclear Cooperation with India: Confronting New Dilemmas By Karthika Sasikumar, Wade Huntley
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In July 2005, the United States and India announced a bold agreement to restore nuclear co-operation. The deal, nearing finalization in late 2007, has been vigorously critiqued by arms control... More > advocates anticipating dire consequences for the non-proliferation regime. For Canada, the implications of re-opening nuclear cooperation with India are particularly complex, rekindling historical animosities and challenging Canada’s longstanding commitment to global nuclear disarmament. Canada, as a party to the Nuclear Suppliers Group, has a voice in the ultimate disposition of the agreement. What are Canada’s choices? What should be its goals and policies? This volume presents the analyses and conclusions of a select group of scholars and governmental policy-makers who work extensively with these issues, gathered for a workshop in Ottawa on 19-20 March 2007 convened by the Simons Centre of the University of British Columbia. Available November 2007 through major booksellers in Canada & the US.< Less