|Statement||edited by Henry Sokolski.|
|Contributions||Sokolski, Henry D.|
|LC Classifications||JX1974.73 .F54 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 377 p. :|
|Number of Pages||377|
|LC Control Number||96024696|
Fighting Proliferation: New Concerns for the Nineties Fighting Proliferation New Concerns for the Nineties Edited by Henry Sokolski The Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, Washington, D. C. Air University Press Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama January DISCLAIMER. Combating Proliferation. The intelligence community's flawed assessment of Iraq's weapons systems—and the Bush administration's decision to go to war in part based on those assessments—illustrates the political and policy challenges of combating the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The authors of this collection of essays examine such issues as devising effective strategy against the proliferation of nuclear weapons, coping with the spread of space technology, and curbing Iran's and North Korea's strategic programs. The contributors address these challenges and their implications for US policy in the book's five divisions. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Mark, July 1-Fighting proliferation - European perspectives. Paris: Institute for Security Studies, European Union,
The authors treat proliferation as a global issue, but develop their assessments and proposals with a specific focus on the EU. The aim of this paper is to contribute to the overall European policy debate on Europe’s current and future actions in the fight against proliferation. Fighting Proliferation with Intelligence by Henry Sokolski Prior to Desert Storm, U.S. policy toward the proliferation of strategic weapons technology was to delay or prevent it through a policy of nonproliferationxport controls, customs interdictions, end-use checks, diplomatic demarches, nonproliferation pledges, regional arms control talks, and the safeguarding of sensitive nuclear by: 5. Fighting nuclear proliferation through education. The remarkable story of ISODARCO Disarmament and non-proliferation education is a key tool in curbing the spread of nuclear weapons, with a. brought proliferation to the forefront of the political agenda. Growing American apprehension fed European and worldwide concern. After the war, the inability to find WMD (to date) has reduced the perceived threat posed by WMD proliferation. 7 Fighting proliferation — European perspectives 19/02/ Page 7.
Dystopian fiction offers lessons in fighting injustice, but genre's proliferation can encourage violent rhetoric, action Living Aeon IST Read part 1 of this examination of the value of dystopian fiction here. The book focuses on the question in terms of issues and implications for US policy—not slippery global perspectives. In some respects, such as the effects of weapons of mass destruction that can transcend borders (radioactive fallout, epidemics from biological warfare, ecological damage, and so forth), proliferation is indeed a collective global problem. From Lt. General H.R. McMaster, U.S. Army, ret., the former National Security Advisor and author of the bestselling classic Dereliction of Duty, comes a bold and provocative re-examination of the most critical foreign policy and national security challenges that face the United States, and an urgent call to compete to preserve America's standing and security. Fighting proliferation with proliferation Threat of a nuclear Iran prompts Saudi research. By YOEL GUZANSKY. Saudi King .