Legal classics library. History of international law.
A collection of essays written for a colloquium sponsored by the National Foreign Assessment Center, Central Intelligence Agency, and by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.
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Development and deployment of nuclear weapons systems in a proliferating world / Gene I. Rochlin North-South relations in a world of many nuclear powers / Klaus Knorr Regional nuclearization and political tensions: South Asia / Richard K. Betts A nuclear Middle East / Geoffrey Kemp Consequences of nuclear terrorism / Brian Michael Jenkins Soviet Union in a proliferated world / Paul E. Zinner People's Republic of China in a proliferated world / Jonathan D. Pollack Aspects of military strategy and arms control in a more proliferated world / Lewis A. Dunn What will the spread of nuclear weapons do to the world? / Kenneth N. Waltz Adequacy of our conceptual tools for dealing with a proliferated world / Frederick W. Frey.
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