Nonproliferation Review • 6.1 • Fall 1999

Volume 6 • Number 1


The Systemic Bases of India’s Challenge to the Global Nuclear Order
by T.V. Paul

From Existential to Minimum Deterrence: Explaining India’s Decision to Test
by Gaurav Kampani

Domestic-International Linkages: India and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
by Dinshaw Mistry

Iran’s Threat Perceptions and Arms Control Policies
by Peter Jones

Soft Technology and Technology Transfer: Lessons from British Missile Development
by Benjamin Cole


Nearing a Fork in the Road: Proliferation or Nuclear Reversal?
by Thomas Graham, Jr., and Douglas B. Shaw

India’s Deterrence Doctrine: A Nehruvian Critique
by T.T. Poulose

Nonproliferation Prospects after the South Asian Nuclear Tests
by Wade Huntley

Verifying a Fissile Material Production Cut-Off Treaty
by Victor Bragin, John Carlson, and John Hill

Closing the NPT Loophole on Exports of Naval Propulsion Reactors
by James Clay Moltz


Chemical Weapons in the Sudan: Allegations and Evidence
by Michael Barletta

U.S. Standards for Protecting Weapons-Usable Fissile Material Compared to International Standards
by George Bunn

On the Creation of a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia
by Oumirserik Kasenov


Nuclear- and Missile-Related Trade and Developments for Selected Countries
by Michael Barletta, Clay Bowen, Gaurav Kampani, and Tamara Robinson


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