Nonproliferation Review Spring-Summer 1994

Volume 1 • Number 3

ARTICLES

The Development of the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms: Prospects and Proposals
by Malcolm Chalmers and Owen Greene


The IAEA’s Role in Nuclear Arms Control: Its Evolution and Future Prospects
by Roland Timerbaev and Susan Welsh


Post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine: Who Can Push the Button?
by Alexander A. Pikayev


VIEWPOINTS

Ukraine’s Flawed Nuclear Diplomacy
by Steven E. Miller


Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Safeguards in the CIS and East-Central Europe: the Case for “EURASIATOM”
by David Fischer


Nuclear Insecurity in the Post-Soviet States
by William C. Potter


The Need for a Greater Chinese Role in Missile Nonproliferation Issues
by Yanping Chen


Nonproliferation Policy: A Quintet for Two Violas?
by Steven Flank


CHARTS

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


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


DATABASES

Nuclear-Related Trade and Cooperation Developments, September 1993 – January 1994

For Emerging Nuclear Supplier States

For the 15 Newly-Independent States


Ballistic, Cruise Missile, and Missile Defense Systems: Trade and Significant Developments, September 1993 – January 1994


UPDATE

Inventory of International Nonproliferation Organizations and Regimes

 


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