Nonproliferation Review • 3.1 • Fall 1996

Volume 3 • Number 1


South Africa’s Nuclear Weapon Program: Lessons for U.S. Nonproliferation Policy
by Frank V. Pabian

Egypt’s Nuclear Program: Assessing Supplier-Based and Other Developmental Constraints
by Barbara M. Gregory

After the NPT’s Indefinite Extension: The Future of the Global Nonproliferation Regime
by Tariq Rauf and Rebecca Johnson

Improving IAEA Safeguards through Enhanced Information Analysis
by Mark H. Killinger


French Nuclear Testing: A Fool’s Errand
by Tariq Rauf

France’s Last Tests: A Catalyst for New Policies
by Thérèse Delpech

Developing a Code of Conduct for Conventional Weapons
by Mitsuro Donowaki

Reports: CIS Nonproliferation Developments

Conference Findings on the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program: Donor and Recipient Country Perspectives
by John M. Shields

Cooperation between the Russian Ministry of Defense and the U.S. Defense Department on Nuclear Weapons Safety
by Evgeniy P. Maslin

The International Science and Technology Center: Bureaucratic Games
by Ildar Akhtamzian

Political Aspects of Kazakhstan’s Current Nuclear Policies
by Murat Laumulin


Nuclear-Related Trade and Cooperation Developments, March 1995 – June 1995

For Emerging Nuclear Supplier States

For the 15 Newly-Independent States

Ballistic, Cruise Missile, and Missile Defense Systems: Trade and Significant Developments, March 1995 – June 1995


An Overview of Nuclear-Related Trade
Available only in print version

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


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