Nonproliferation Review • 1.2 • Winter 1994

Volume 1 • Number 2


China’s Nuclear Export Controls: Policy and Regulations
by Weixing Hu

Deterrence After Nuclear Proliferation: Implications for Nuclear Forces and Defense Spending
by Eric H. Arnett

Cuba’s Nuclear Power Program and Post-Cold War Pressures
by Jonathan-Benjamin-Alvarado and Alexander Belkin

Nuclear Weapons in a Changing World: Consequences for Development
by Joseph DiChiaro III and Edward J. Laurance


The Disposition of Fissile Materials: An Extended Interview with Oleg Bukharin, Thomas Cochran, and Wolfgang Panofsky
by Betsy Perabo


The NPT and Options for its Extension in 1995
by George Bunn

Nuclear Politics and the Future Security of Kazakhstan
by Murat Laumulin


A Chronology of the Missile Technology Control Regime
by Deborah A. Ozga


Overview of Nuclear-Related Trade
Available only in print version

Missile and Space Launch Capabilities of Selected Countries
Available only in print version


Nuclear-Related Trade and Cooperation Developments, January – April 1993

For Emerging Nuclear Supplier States

For the 15 Newly-Independent States

Ballistic, Cruise Missile, and Missile Defense Systems: Trade and Significant Developments, November 1992 – April 1993


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