Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Destruction
Common Sense provides a helpful tutorial on a high stakes issue which, Graham argues, we cannot afford to ignore.
Thomas Graham Jr. has cut right down to the essentials about mankind’s most dangerous weapons. The general public will be encouraged to demand better policies.
If security and arms control seem arcane, this vivid, succinct guided tour by a master diplomat with decades of hands-on experience is the authoritative antidote.
An eminent expert, Thomas Graham writes for the layman and his message to the nuclear powers is searing: change course or risk self-destruction.
In a straightforward and comprehensible style, Graham provides the background necessary to understand the news and opinions surounding WMDs, with accessible, up-to-date facts on nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism, chemical and biological weapons, land mines and small arms, missile defence and WMDs in outer space, and the WMDs in the Middle East and Asia.
1 The Problems of Our Time: Nuclear Proliferation and NuclearTerrorism
2 The Effects of Nuclear Weapons
3 An Overview of International Law and Arms Control
4 The Cornerstone of Security: The Nuclear Non-ProliferationTreaty
5 The Political Value of Nuclear Weapons
6 Stopping Nuclear Explosions: The Test Ban
7 Missile Defense
8 Outer Space
9 Cleaning Up After Past Wars: Land Mines and Small Arms
10 Poison Gas and Microbes: Chemical and Biological Weapons
11 Controlling Nuclear Materials: The Situation in Russia
12 Regional Issues: Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Middle Eastand Nuclear Weapons in South and Northeast Asia
13 America's Role
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