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by Joseph Cirincione
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Repairing the Regime, is just such a book. Joseph Cirincione has assembled a veritable who's who of international experts.
Repairing the Regime, is just such a book. In early 1999, 450 experts from 17 nations attended the Carnegie International Non-Proliferation Conference in Washington DC, the most important annual gathering in the non-proliferation field. This collection reflects their passionate debates on the key issues, trends, and dilemmas facing all of us today. great strength is the combination of rigorous historical analysis with creative policy prescriptions. Mitchell B. Reiss, Director, Reves Center for Intentional Studies, College of William and Mary.
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Joseph Cirincione is Director of the Non-Proliferation Project at the Carnegie Endowment for Peace, and has written for the Boston Globe, The Washington Quarterly, The New York Times, Current History, and Foreign Policy. Библиографические данные. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
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Repairing the Regime. Preventing the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction. by Joseph Cirincione. Published May 2000 by Routledge. The first post-Cold War decade was in many ways a period of progress and global growth.
The effort to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons beyond the five Permanent Members of the Security Council has been .
The effort to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons beyond the five Permanent Members of the Security Council has been more successful than many had thought possible and, yet, not as successful as all had wished. The efforts have focused on making the Non-Proliferation Treaty universal but it has also aimed at promoting nuclear-weapon-free zones and comprised ad hoc approaches, as in the cases of Iraq and the DPRK. Iraq contends that all weapons of mass destruction have been eradicated, that the requirements of 1991 have been fulfilled and that the economic and financial restrictions should be immediately lifted.
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Jon B. Wolfsthal is associate and deputy director of nonproliferation at the Carnegie Endowment.