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Air Force Research Institute Papers 2008-2 : Taking the Lead; Russia, the United States, and Nuclear Nonproliferation after Bush

By Stephen Cimbala, PhD.


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Cimbala seeks to reestablish relations on nuclear weapons control between the United States and Russia. He briefly describes arms control history to illustrate the complexities of building agreements as well as to find a relationship that leads to the satisfaction of both sides. He makes the point that more than just good relations between Russia and the United States is at stake. He suggests that when both Russia and the United States reach agreement about nuclear weapons, the case for controlled nonproliferation among the other nuclear powers can proceed, and that is to the good of everyone.

Table of Contents
FOREWORD . . . . v ABOUT THE AUTHOR . . . . vii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS . . . . . ix TAKING THE LEAD: RUSSIA, THE UNITED STATES, AND NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION AFTER BUSH . . . . 1 Arms Control—A Large Menu . . . .1 Context Is All—And History Still Matters . . . .4 Approach and Method . . . . . 8 Conclusion . . . . .23 NOTES . . . . . . . 23

 

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