Containing the Atom

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Rudolf Avenhaus, Viktor Aleksandrovich Kremeni͡uk, Gunnar Sjöstedt
Lexington Books, Jan 1, 2002 - Political Science - 440 pages
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Containing the Atom, the product of three years of research by the members of the Processes of International Negotiations (PIN) network, is a comprehensive study of the theory and practice of international nuclear negotiations. Well-known experts in the field test eleven cases of international nuclear negotations covering: strategic arms control; Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty; Nuclear Weapons Free Zones; Non-Proliferation Treaty and its Review Conference; Nuclear Materials removed from the defense weapons programs; Nuclear diplomacy with North Korea; Nuclear risks in the Barents region; Nuclear safety; French-Japanese nuclear negotiations; and the nuclear plant perspective on negotiations. Each case study analyzes the actors, strategies, processes, structures, and outcomes and weighs the impact of the negotiations on security, energy, trade, and the environment.
  

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Contents

International Nuclear Negotiations
1
Strategic Arms Control Negotiations SALT and START
31
Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Negotiations
73
Negotiating NuclearWeaponFree Zones
93
The Treaty on the NonProliferation of Nuclear Weapons and Its Safeguards
133
The Nuclear NonProliferation Treaty The 1995 Review and Extension Conference
163
Dealing with Nuclear Materials Removed from Defense Programs
185
Nuclear Diplomacy with North Korea
211
International Negotiations on Radiation and Nuclear Safety
271
An Analysis of FrenchJapanese Negotiations
311
Peculiarities of Nuclear Negotiations Seen from the Point of View of a Plant Operator in the Federal Republic of Germany
335
Conclusions and Recommendations
363
References
393
Index
407
About the Contributors
433
Copyright

International Negotiations Aiming at Reduction of Nuclear Risks in the Barents Region
243

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Rudolf Avenhaus is Professor of Statistics and Operations Research at the German Armed Forces University, Munich. Victor A. Kremenyuk is Deputy Director of the Institute for U.S.A. and Canada Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences. Gunnar Sjöstedt is Associate Professor of Political Science at Stockholm University and a senior research fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs.

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