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by Jeffrey A. Larsen,Kurt J. Klingenberger


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Controlling Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons distills the fruits of their deliberations into 14 essays that address problems, objectives, and . Subjects: Nuclear weapons. Larsen, Jeffrey A. Klingenberger, Kurt J. Related books and articles.

Controlling Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons distills the fruits of their deliberations into 14 essays that address problems, objectives, and solutions related to NSNWs. For example, Lewis Dunn focuses on how the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaties (START) have not kept pace with Russia's financial ability to destroy over 10,000 NSNW warheads.

This book addresses many of the fundamental issues surrounding non-strategic nuclear weapons. Larsen, Jeffrey Arthur, 1954- Klingenberger, Kurt J. It is the result of a conference on NSNW held November 2-3, 2000 at the Airlie Center in Warrenton, Virginia. Some 75 experts in arms control, nuclear weapons, and national security strategy from both sides of the political spectrum attended the workshop, which featured formal panel presentations and lively discussion on the topic. The conference was hosted by the National Security Policy Division, Nuclear and n Directorate, Headquarters United States Air Force (AF/XONP).

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Dr. Smith is a graduate of the Air Force Academy and a retired USAF officer. His recent publications include Strategic Nuclear Arms Control in Arms Control: Cooperative Security in a Changing Environment, ed. Jeffrey A. Larsen (2002); and Strategic Offensive Arms Control in Arms Control: Toward the 21st Century, eds. Larsen and Gregory J. Rattray (1996).

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This report examines non-strategic nuclear weapons (NSNW) and the policy implications they manifest. In particular, the study considers the possibility of changing NATO policies toward . NSNW in the post-9/11 era and their ongoing role in protecting Europe. Nuclear weapons have been highlighted in several recent . 2 Most of these documents had little to say about non-strategic weapons, however.


Controlling Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons: Obstacles and Opportunities download epub
Author: Jeffrey A. Larsen,Kurt J. Klingenberger
ISBN: 097109005X
Category: No category
Publisher: INSS (2001)
Pages: 356 pages