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  • Author:
    Kathleen C Bailey
  • ISBN:
    0813320070
  • ISBN13:
    978-0813320076
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    Westview Press; 1 edition (September 19, 1993)
  • Pages:
    132 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Strengthening Nuclear Nonproliferation book. Strengthening Nuclear. by Kathleen C. Bailey.

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The Testimony of Kathleen C. Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I appreciate the opportunity to appear before you and members of the subcommittee to address the relationship between the nuclear non-proliferation regime and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty. The views I express today are my own and not necessarily those of any institution. Let me start with my conclusion, which is that the CTB fails the cost-benefit test. Specifically, it will not accomplish the nonproliferation goals as set out for it by the administration and, at the same time, the treaty will seriously degrade the . nuclear deterrent and, thus, will have a high national security cost.

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What are the issues facing the international community as it seeks to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons?

Bailey, Kathleen C. is the author of 'Strengthening Nuclear Nonproliferation' with ISBN . Book condition guidelines. New (perfect condition). Pages are clean and are not marked by notes, highlighting or fold. Like new (excellent condition)

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Strengthening Nuclear Nonproliferation. Bailey, Kathleen C. Published by Westview Press, Boulder, CO, 1993. Dr. Bailey was a founding member of the proliferation intelligence analysis program at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Condition: Very good Soft cover. From Ground Zero Books, Ltd. (Silver Spring, MD, . She regularly testified before the US Congress on arms control issues, including the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

The Honorable Kathleen C. Bailey is author of four books. Kathleen Bailey, a consultant on defense and arms control issues, is currently a Senior Associate at the National Institute for Public Policy in Washington, DC. Previously, Dr. Bailey held three positions with the US Government. She was Assistant Director of the Arms Control & Disarmament Agency responsible for nuclear, chemical, biological, and missile nonproliferation policies (1988-90).

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Preface - Introduction - The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty: Purpose and Performance - Supply-Side Policies: Why They Fail - Limitations of Detection and Verification - The Changed International Environment - Disarmament - End Nuclear Testing?

What are the issues facing the international community as it seeks to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons? In this account, the author assesses the performance of the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and the nuclear export controls intended to stop the dissemination of nuclear armaments. The book questions conventional policy alternatives such as disarmament, an end to nuclear testing and the use of sanctions and proposes two altenatives to nuclear proliferation which take account of the fundamental motives for nuclear weapons holding - security assurances and education as to the disadvantages of proliferation.