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International Nuclear Trade And Nonproliferation: The Challenge Of The Emerging Suppliers
International Nuclear Trade And Nonproliferation: The Challenge Of The Emerging Suppliers
Edited by William C. Potter
Lexington Books, 1990, 426 pp.

As the capacity to produce the ingredients of nuclear weapons spreads, the inadequacy of international arrangements to control or guide their export becomes increasingly dangerous. By bringing together the work of a number of experts who set out the basic data (so far as they are known) and provide well-thought-out frameworks for analysis and a review of policy suggestions, this book establishes itself as a valuable basic work.