OP#06: WMD Threats 2001: Critical Choices for the Bush Administration

June 5, 2001
Michael Barletta, ed.

Occasional Paper #6

This collection of concise papers offers pragmatic guidance for the Bush administration on key nonproliferation issues regarding U.S. foreign relations, nuclear, biological and chemical terrorism, and organizing the U.S. government. A product of the Monterey Nonproliferation Strategy Group, it outlines measures to help defend the United States and construct a safer world.

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WMD Threats 2001: Critical Choices for the Bush Administration


  • Foreword by Michael Barletta
  • Critical Issues in U.S. Foreign Relations
    • U.S. Allies and Friends: Maintaining Productive Ties in Nonproliferation
      by Nobuyasu Abe
    • Time for Clarification in Transatlantic Relations
      by Théregrave;se Delpech
    • North Korean Ballistic Missile Programs: Soviet and Russian Legacies?
      by Timothy McCarthy
    • U.S.-Russian Relations: Practical Measures to Restore Nuclear Nonproliferation Cooperation
      by William Potter and Serguei Batsanov
    • China’s Proliferation Policies and the United States
      by Harry Harding
    • China and Nonproliferation: The Changing Context
      by Brad Roberts
  • Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons Terrorism
    • NBC Terrorism: Assessing Risks and Crafting Responses
      by John Hamre
    • Bioweapons and the National Interest
      by Judith Miller
  • Organizing the U.S. Government for Nonproliferation
    • Bureaucratic Balkanization: The Need for a Functioning Interagency Process
      by Rose Gottemoeller
    • The Deutch Commission and Beyond
      by Neil Joeck
    • Strategic Planning for U.S. Nonproliferation Initiatives in Russia
      by Leonard Spector
  • Clear and Present Dangers
    • Critical Choices, Fateful Consequences
      by Michael Barletta
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