Nonproliferation Issues For Weapons of Mass Destruction

1st Edition

Mark A. Prelas, Michael Peck

Published January 12, 2005
Reference - 296 Pages - 37 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780824753399 - CAT# DK2421
Series: Public Administration and Public Policy

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Nonproliferation Issues for Weapons of Mass Destruction provides an understanding of WMD proliferation risks by bridging complex technical and political issues. The text begins by defining the world conditions that foster proliferation, followed by an analysis of characteristics of various classes of WMDs, including nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons. It then explores the effectiveness of arms control, discussing current nonproliferation problems, nonproliferation prior to the fall of the USSR, and weapons safeguards.

The book analyzes the future of these weapons, discussing delivery systems and potential use by states, terrorist groups, and individuals. The text concludes with a discussion of what can be done to limit the impact of WMDs. This volume enables a realistic understanding of the relative risks that WMDs present to our way of life.


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