Nonproliferation Review • 6.4 • Fall 1999

Volume 6 • Number 4


The Economic Impacts of the 1998 Sanctions on India and Pakistan
by Daniel Morrow and Michael Carriere

Assessing the Risk of Chemical and Biological Weapons Proliferation to Terrorists
by Jean Pascal Zanders

Lessons of the Agreed Framework for Using Engagement as a Nonproliferation Tool
by Curtis H. Martin

The So-Called Proliferator that Wasn’t: The Story of Argentina’s Nuclear Policy
by Julio C. Carasales


The Nuclear Disarmament Agenda and the Future of the NPT
by Mark Moher

Proliferation and Nonproliferation in the 1990s: Looking for the Right Lessons
by Brad Roberts

Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones: Lessons for Nonproliferation in Northeast Asia
by Xia Liping

China’s Concerns About Theater Missile Defense: A Critique
by Arthur S. Ding

Tools to Catalyze International Assistance for Russian Chemical Weapons Destruction
by Kathleen M. Vogel


US Assistance to Russian Chemical Weapons Destruction: Identifying the Next Steps
by Igor Khripunov and George W. Parshall

Stewards and Custodians: Tomorrow’s Crisis for the Russian Nuclear Weapons Complex?
by Oleg Bukharin

Export Controls in Russia: Policies and Practices
by Vladimir A. Orlov

The Impact of Government Restructuring on Chinese Nuclear Arms Control and Nonproliferation Policymaking
by Wen L. Hsu

The Deutch Commission Report: An Overview
by Suzanne E. Spaulding


Nuclear- and Missile-Related Trade and Developments for Selected Countries
by Clay Bowen, Erik Jorgensen, Gaurav Kampani, and Fred Wehling


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