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The Indian Proposal at UNSSOD-III: Problems and Prospects

  • Valerii Davydov

Abstract

The prevention of nuclear proliferation is sometimes called the “second front” of the straggle against the nuclear threat. While some progress — including the INF Treaty and the ongoing negotiations for fifty percent cuts in American and Soviet strategic forces — has been achieved on the “first front” of the nuclear arms race by the five nuclear powers — USSR, USA, UK, France and China — the situation on the “second front” has not only worsened, it is out of control.

Keywords

Nuclear Weapon Military Purpose Nuclear Proliferation Nuclear Disarmament Nuclear Threat 
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References

  1. 1.
    Leonard Spector, The Undeclared Bomb, (Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, 1988) pp. 70, 181, 293Google Scholar
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    Vitalii Goldanskii and Valerii Davydov (this volume p. 147)Google Scholar

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  • Valerii Davydov

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