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Nuclear Disarmament in the Twenty-first Century By Wade L. Huntley, Mitsuru Kurosawa, Kazumi Mizumoto
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This work provides a comprehensive examination of the current state and future prospects for nuclear disarmament at the turn of the century. The work juxtaposes a sober review of progress made... More > during the last decade with a proactive agenda of proposals for new disarmament initiatives in the next decade. Taken together, the contributions to this volume suggest that, contrary to current conventional wisdom, the increasing global cache of nuclear weapons and the waning progress on nuclear disarmament of recent years need not become the defining features of the post-Cold War era. Rather, by examining the new conditions that have emerged at the dawn of the of the 21st century through both national and issue-based perspectives, this work reveals how the likelihood of continuing uncertainty and change in world affairs creates opportunities, as well as the need, for renewed progress toward significant nuclear disarmament.< Less
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Nuclear Disarmament in the Twenty-first Century By Wade L. Huntley, Mitsuru Kurosawa, Kazumi Mizumoto
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This work provides a comprehensive examination of the current state and future prospects for nuclear disarmament at the turn of the century. The work juxtaposes a sober review of progress made... More > during the last decade with a proactive agenda of proposals for new disarmament initiatives in the next decade. Taken together, the contributions to this volume suggest that, contrary to current conventional wisdom, the increasing global cache of nuclear weapons and the waning progress on nuclear disarmament of recent years need not become the defining features of the post-Cold War era. Rather, by examining the new conditions that have emerged at the dawn of the of the 21st century through both national and issue-based perspectives, this work reveals how the likelihood of continuing uncertainty and change in world affairs creates opportunities, as well as the need, for renewed progress toward significant nuclear disarmament.< Less
Nuclear Disarmament in the Twenty-first Century -- Preview By Wade L. Huntley
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Forecasting Zero: U.S. Nuclear History and the Low Probability of Disarmament [Enlarged Edition] By Strategic Studies Institute, Jonathan Pearl, U.S. Army War College
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This monograph examines the strategic importance of Egypt for the United States by exploring Egypt's role in the Arab-Israeli peace process, its geographical role (providing air and naval access) for... More > U.S. military assets heading to the Persian Gulf, and joint training programs. With so much at stake in the Middle East, the idea of "losing" Egypt as a strategic ally would be a significant setback for the United States. The Egyptian revolution of early 2011 was welcomed by U.S. officials because the protestors wanted democratic government which conformed to U.S. ideals, and the institution that would shepherd the transition, the Egyptian military, had close ties with the United States. To bolster the U.S.-Egyptian relationship and help keep Egypt on the democratic path, the monograph recommends that U.S. military aid should not be cut, economic aid should be increased, and U.S. administration officials should not oppose congressional conditions tying aid...< Less
Nuclear Weapons Production in the US By Holger Terp
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This book describes nuclear weapons production in the United States up to the present (2011). It is a valuable source of objective information for discussions of nuclear disarmament.
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
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
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

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