2 edition of Security policy and arms control found in the catalog.
Security policy and arms control
Lawrence S Eagleburger
by U.S. Dept. of State, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of Public Communication, Editorial Division in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Series||Current policy -- 558|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of State. Office of Public Communication. Editorial Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3,  p. ;|
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The first major reference on arms control in over a decade, the two-volume set covers historical context, contemporary challenges, and emerging approaches to diplomacy and human by: 4. Featuring essays by prominent experts in international security, this volume surveys the status and prospects for progress in every major area of arms control under active negotiation: strategic and conventional force reductions, a chemical weapons ban, and the vitality of.
Arms control, for decades at the core of the foreign policy consensus, today is among the more contentious issues in American politics. It is pilloried and considered out of mode in many. Twenty years ago, John Steinbruner, then the chair of the Arms Control Association Board of Directors, warned in his book Principles of Global Security that globalization is generating “a new class of security problems in which dispersed processes pose dangers of large magnitude and incalculable probability.” He argued that policymakers.
He is the author of “The impotence of conventional arms control: why do international regimes fail when they are most needed?”, Contemporary Security Policy, forthcoming.
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Get this from a library. National security policy: arms control and disarmament. [Edward C Keefer; David W Mabon; United States. Department of State.]. The Arms Control Association and The Lugar Center have partnered to establish the Bipartisan Nuclear Policy Dialogue Project to help foster bipartisan discussion on timely security issues.
The program does not seek any policy outcome or enactment of any legislation. The Brookings Institution hosted a panel discussion with former diplomats and defense officials on nuclear security and arms control policy.
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The study de scribes the factors that have shaped U.S. security policy and recounts past arms control efforts-those that have worked and those that did not. It sets forth the principles underlying U.S. arms control initiatives. An Introduction to Arms Control Jeffrey A. Larsen The field of arms control is in the midst of an intellectual and operational sea-change.
After some 40 years as the centerpiece of U.S. national security policy, arms control seems to be losing its luster.
Some claim that arms con-trol is not living up to its promises despite considerable. Kenneth Adelman Director (Former) Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Frank J. Gaffney Jr. Founder, President & CEO Center for Security Policy Paul Gigot Columnist Wall Street Journal.
Arms Control Policy: A Guide to the Issues examines the history of the major arms control treaties since the early s. It offers readers a broad understanding of the ways in which arms control agreements were negotiated and implemented during the Cold War, the international and national events that affected treaty negotiation and 5/5(1).
The theory and practice of arms control seemed to have its heyday during the height of the Cold War, with its focus on the East-West conflict and nuclear arms. In the past twenty years, both arms technologies and various practices aimed at their control have continued to develop, but scholarly thinking has not kept by: 1.
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Robert G. Joseph (born ) is a senior scholar at the National Institute for Public Policy and professor at Missouri State was the United States Special Envoy for Nuclear Nonproliferation, with ambassadorial rank.
Prior to this post, Joseph was the Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security, a position he held until Janu Alma mater: St. Louis University, University of .The Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Affairs (T) is a position within the U.S.
Department of State that serves as Senior Adviser to the President and the Secretary of State for Arms Control, Nonproliferation, and Disarmament. In this capacity, the Under Secretary (U/S) attends and participates, at the direction of the President, in National Security Council (NSC Inaugural holder: Curtis W.
Tarr.This volume provides a forum for academics and practitioners from around the globe to discuss these developments in depth and to assess the specific strengths and weaknesses of these new instruments of arms control.
This book will be of much interest to students of arms control, global governance, foreign policy and IR/Security Studies in general.