Nonproliferation Review Winter 1997

Volume 4 • Number 2

ARTICLES

Norway’s Nuclear Odyssey: From Optimistic Proponent to Nonproliferator
by Astrid Forland


Tactical Nuclear Weapons Elimination: Next Step for Arms Control
by Nikolai Sokov


Upgrading Security at Nuclear Power Plants in the Newly Independent States
by Oleg Bukharin


The Evolution of China’s Nuclear Nonproliferation Policy
by Mingquan Zhu


VIEWPOINTS

Strengthening the BWC: Lessons from the UNSCOM Experience
by Annabelle Duncan and Kenneth G. Johnson


Preparing for the April 1997 NPT PrepCom
by Tariq Rauf


Neither Hype Nor Complacency: WMD Proliferation after the Cold War
by Harald Müller


Getting Burnt by Weapons Plutonium: Security Implications of U.S. Disposition Options
by Adam Bernstein


REPORTS

The United Nations Register of Conventional Arms: Increasing Transparency for Four Years
by Tracy M. Keith


Stemming Russia’s Plutonium Tide: Cooperative Efforts to Convert Military Reactors
by Todd Perry


NUCLEAR AND MISSILE TRADE AND DEVELOPMENTS

Nuclear-Related Trade and Cooperation Developments for Selected States July – October 1996


Ballistic, Cruise Missile, and Missile Defense Systems: Trade and Significant Developments July – October 1996


Missile and Space Launch Capabilities of Selected Countries
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