Regional nuclear mission threats: mechanisms of containment

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Regional nuclear mission threats: mechanisms of containment
// Pathways to Peace and Security. 2014. No 2(47). P. 65-80



Abstract

The article analyses a number of reсent publications on missile proliferation. The author provides a thorough overview of broad discussion in U.S. expert community on these issues. The article critically analyzes works by prominent American analysts who describe and define the influence of missile proliferation on the new world power balance.


Keywords

missile proliferation, rogue countries, means of delivery of WMD, export control, national missile programs, international regime of missile nonproliferation


For citation:
Korsakov G. Regional nuclear mission threats: mechanisms of containment. Pathways to Peace and Security, 2014, No 2(47), pp. 65-80



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