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In Anticipation of New Approaches

Vladimir Orlov

If “Arbatov and Dvorkin's ten points” on the need for a new policy in the sphere of nuclear nonproliferation and nuclear deterrence, spelled out in the collective research monograph Nuclear Weapons After the Cold War, do not shake the world of nonproliferation and disarmament experts, they should at the very least draw a great deal of attention to themselves. There is no doubt that these “ten points” will become—are already becoming—the starting point for new academic and, it is to be hoped, very practical discussions.

In Anticipation of New Approaches (full text)


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SECURITY INDEX №2 (82), 2007

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