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Verification: The Key to Arms Control in the 1990s

edited by John G. Tower, James Brown, and William K. Cheek
Format
Book
Published
Washington : Brassey's (US), c1992.
Language
English
ISBN
0080410537, 9780080410531
Summary
Key to any arms control agreement are its provisions for verification and compliance. Verification questions will retain their fundamental importance as the U.S. debates arms control proposals in Geneva and Vienna, in the halls of Congress, in the news media, in symposia, and perhaps in the electoral process. What limitations on conventional and nuclear weapons are we safe in accepting and at what levels? U.S. verification capabilities are an essential part of this debate. A collection of insightful essays by the leading experts on verification issues, Verification: The Key to Arms Control in the 1990s makes a valuable contribution to the rational and responsible discussion of arms control.
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xxiv, 243 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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