Small Nuclear Forces and U.S. Security Policy: Threats and Potential Conflicts in the Middle East and South Asia
Edited by Rodney W. Jones
Lexington Books (for the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Ge, 1984, 285 pp
The authors look to a world in which countries in the Middle East and South Asia possess nuclear arms. They see regional and global security in far greater jeopardy than today, and go on to argue the need for improving non-proliferation policies through threats and promises. Political and economic sanctions are not ruled out.