Organizational Interest, Nuclear Weapons Scientists, and Nonproliferation
SHARON K. WEINER looks at two cooperative threat reduction programs between the United States and Russia that were aimed at the proliferation of nuclear weapons expertise. She concludes that the organizational interests of the U.S. nuclear weapons laboratories—key actors in these programs—are responsible for early success but, in the long term, have led to concerns that have limited program effectiveness.
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CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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