2018 · 204 Pages
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This book is one of a series of publications released by the Academy of Political Science on timely subjects of special importance in the fields of public and international affairs. The Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Extending the U.S. Umbrella and Increasing the Chance of War brings together essays from Political Science Quarterly that explore topics of central and ongoing importance in American nuclear policy toward the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions. In addition to examining the proliferation of nuclear capacity and the increased risk of nuclear war, the book explores the links between non-proliferation, arms control, and extended deterrence.
Demetrios James Caraley
Nuclear Disarmament: Should America Lead?
Friends Don't Let Friends Proliferate
The India Lobby and the Nuclear Agreement with India
Japan’s Nuclear Hedge: Beyond “Allergy” and Breakout
Richard J. Samuels and James L. Schoff
The U.S. Nuclear Umbrella over South Korea: Nuclear Weapons and Extended Deterrence
The Role of Villain: Iran and U.S. Foreign Policy
Paul R. Pillar
Conceptualizing Containment: The Iranian Threat and the Future of Gulf Security
Zachary K. Goldman and Mira Rapp-Hooper
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