OP#07: Missile Proliferation and Defences: Problems and Prospects

July 2001

Occasional Paper #7

Read the full Occasional Paper #7:
Missile Proliferation and Defences: Problems and Prospects

This series of papers on missile proliferation and possible responses continue a collaboration between the Center for Nonproliferation Studies and the Mountbatten Centre for International Studies at the University of Southampton. Occasional Paper #7 focuses on international and unilateral control mechanisms, regional perspectives, and implications for space.


  • by Ian R. Kenyon

Key Issues

  • The Drivers Behind Missile Proliferation
    by Alaa Issa
  • The Prospects for Control: Missile Proliferation, the MTCR and the Broader World
    by Robert McDougall

International Control Mechanisms

  • The United States and the Evolution of International Supply-Side Missile Non-Proliferation Controls
    by David A. Cooper
  • The Global Control System
    by Alexander A. Pikayev
  • New Approaches to Combating Missile Proliferation
    by Robert McDougall

Unilateral Control Mechanisms

  • Technological Aspects of Ballistic Missile Defence
    by Michael Rance
  • Missile Defenses: The Political Implications of the Choice of Technology
    by Camille Grand
  • The Domestic Politics of National Missile Defense Under the Bush Administration
    by David P. Auerswald

Regional Perspectives and Implications

  • The Implications for Postures and Capabilities in South Asia
    by Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu
  • East Asian Regional Implications of Ballistic Missile Proliferation and Ballistic Missile Defense
    by Toshiro Ozawa
  • European Perspectives on Ballistic Missile Proliferation and Missile Defences
    by Mark Smith
  • The Middle East in Strategic Transition: from Offense to Defense Dominance?
    by Aaron Karp


  • Space Arms Control and the International Missile Defense Debate
    by James Clay Moltz

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