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The nuclear debate

Zia Mian

The nuclear debate

ironies and immoralities

by Zia Mian

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Published by Regional Centre for Strategic Studies in Colombo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Asia,
  • South Asia.
    • Subjects:
    • Nuclear weapons -- South Asia.,
    • South Asia -- Military policy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementZia Mian, Ashis Nandy.
      ContributionsNandy, Ashis., Regional Centre for Strategic Studies (Colombo, Sri Lanka), Fellowship in South Asian Alternatives.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUA830 .M388 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination56 p. ;
      Number of Pages56
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL157566M
      ISBN 109558051039
      LC Control Number99933142
      OCLC/WorldCa41326565

      User Review - Flag as inappropriate This book is definitely helpful. It doesn't exactly meet everything, but still was pretty good. I really liked the format of the book and the background, but it would've been better if you included Fukushima in it. Also, it would've been better if you were more straightforward about the pros and cons and also included the effects on domestication/5(2). Description: Over the past fifteen years, The Spread of Nuclear Weapons has been a staple in International Relations courses because of its brevity and crystal-clear explanations. The new edition, An Enduring Debate, continues the important discussion of nuclear proliferation and the dangers of a nuclear-armed world.

      “ Published in , just two years after the catastrophic explosion at Chernobyl, Weart’s Nuclear Fear remains a classic study of the way imagery has dominated the nuclear debate. This book is a slimmed-down and revised version of the earlier page volume. Its publication is well timed. Based on extensive research in government archives and private papers, this book analyzes the secret debate within the Eisenhower administration over the pursuit of a nuclear test-ban agreement. In contrast to much recent scholarship, this study concludes that Eisenhower strongly desired to reach an accord with the Soviet Union and the United Kingdom to cease nuclear .

        Victor D. Cha and David C. Kang’s Nuclear North Korea was first published in amid the outbreak of a lasting crisis over the North Korean nuclear program. It promptly became a landmark of an ongoing debate in academic and policy circles about whether to engage or contain North Korea. Book Description. Making the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party’s nuclear tests in its starting point, this book examines how opinion amongst India’s ‘attentive’ public shifted from supporting nuclear abstinence to accepting — and even feeling a need for — a more assertive policy, by examining the complexities of the debate in India on nuclear policy in the s.


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