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The nuclear tipping point : why states reconsider their nuclear choices, Kurt M. Campbell, Robert J. Einhorn, and Mitchell B. Reiss, editors, (electronic resource)

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The nuclear tipping point : why states reconsider their nuclear choices
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The nuclear tipping point
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why states reconsider their nuclear choices
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Kurt M. Campbell, Robert J. Einhorn, and Mitchell B. Reiss, editors
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eng
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More than half a century after the advent of the nuclear age, is the world approaching a tipping point that will unleash an epidemic of nuclear proliferation? Today many of the building blocks of a nuclear arsenal--scientific and engineering expertise, precision machine tools, software, design information--are more readily available than ever before. The nuclear pretensions of so-called rogue states and terrorist organizations are much discussed. But how firm is the resolve of those countries that historically have chosen to forswear nuclear weapons? A combination of changes in the international
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The nuclear tipping point : why states reconsider their nuclear choices, Kurt M. Campbell, Robert J. Einhorn, and Mitchell B. Reiss, editors, (electronic resource)
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The nuclear tipping point : why states reconsider their nuclear choices, Kurt M. Campbell, Robert J. Einhorn, and Mitchell B. Reiss, editors, (electronic resource)
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7864/j.ctt1vjqptv
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
The nuclear tipping point : prospects for a world of many nuclear weapons states / Mitchell B. Reiss -- Reconsidering a nuclear future : why countries might cross over to the other side / Kurt M. Campbell -- Will the abstainers reconsider? : focusing on individual cases / Robert J. Einhorn -- Egypt : frustrated but still on a non-nuclear course / Robert J. Einhorn -- Syria : can the myth be maintained without nukes? / Ellen Laipson -- Saudi Arabia : the calculations of uncertainty / Thomas W. Lippman -- Turkey : nuclear choices amongst dangerous neighbors / Leon Fuerth -- Germany : the model case, a historical imperative / Jenifer Mackby and Walter B. Slocombe -- Japan : thinking the unthinkable / Kurt M. Campbell and Tsuyoshi Sunohara -- South Korea : the tyranny of geography and the vexations of history / Jonathan D. Pollack and Mitchell B. Reiss -- Taiwan's Hsin Chu program : deterrence, abandonment, and honor / Derek J. Mitchell -- Avoiding the tipping point : concluding observations / Kurt M. Campbell and Robert J. Einhorn
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