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Nuclear Threat Perceptions and Nonproliferation Responses: A Comparative Analysis

Scott Parrish, William Potter

Divergent perceptions of the proliferation threat play a significant role in the nonproliferation regime. By analyzing threat perception and resulting state policy preferences, the authors help identify issues on which a convergence of views, if not consensus, might be generated, and highlight those issues for which it will prove difficult to gain support for collective action.

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SECURITY INDEX №1 (81), 2007

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