This new Handbook is a comprehensive examination of the rich and complex issues of nuclear proliferation in the early 21st century.
The future of the decades-long effort to prevent the further spread of weapons of mass destruction is at a crossroads today. If international nonproliferation efforts are to be successful, an integrated, multi-tiered response will almost certainly be necessary. A serious, thorough, and clear-eyed examination of the range of threats, challenges, and opportunities facing the international community is a necessary first step. This Handbook, which presents the most up-to-date analysis and policy recommendations on these critical issues by recognized, leading scholars in the field, intends to provide such an examination.
The volume is divided into three major parts:
This Handbook will be of great interest to students and practitioners of nuclear proliferation, arms control, global governance, diplomacy, and global security and IR general.
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Joseph F. Pilat is Project Manager at the National Security Office, Los Alamos National Laboratory and a Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D.C., USA. He is the editor of Atoms for Peace: A Future after Fifty Years? (2007).
Nathan E. Busch is Professor of Government at Christopher Newport University (CNU), Virginia, USA, and Co-Director of CNU’s Center for American Studies. His is the co-author of The Business of Counterterrorism: Public–Private Partnerships in Homeland Security (2014).
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