Dangerous Weapons, Desperate States: Russia, Belarus, Kazakstan and Ukraine

1st Edition

Gary K. Bertsch, William C. Potter

Routledge
Published June 24, 1999
Reference - 296 Pages
ISBN 9780415922371 - CAT# RT2118

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Summary

With the collapse of the USSR, fifteen fledgling sates inherited a massive Soviet arsenal, unstable political systems, and desperate economies. A "sell everything" mentality threatens to result in the largest arms bazaar in human history, and this potential "fire sale" includes weapons of mass destruction. This book addresses the challenges the new independent states (NIS) of the former Soviet Union (FSU) face in controlling and monitoring their sensitive, military-related exports.Dangerous Weapons, Desperate States explores the various theoretical approaches that help explain the development of nonproliferation export control systems in the NIS. The contributors, coming from both the FSU states and the US, provide a broad range of perspectives on the problems posed by the threat of proliferation.

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