Engaging China and Russia on nuclear disarmament [electronic resource] / Cristina Hansell and William C. Potter, eds.
- Other Title:
- JSTOR Security Studies.
- Monterey, CA : Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies, 2009.
- Occasional paper (Monterey Institute of International Studies. Center for Nonproliferation Studies) ; no. 15.
Occasional paper ; no. 15
1 online resource
- Nuclear disarmament -- International cooperation.
Nuclear disarmament -- United States.
Nuclear disarmament -- China.
Nuclear disarmament -- Russia (Federation).
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- Mode of access: World Wide Web; Adobe Acrobat reader required.
- The past several years have witnessed a major revival of interest in nuclear disarmament in the United States. However, Chinese and Russian policy makers have been circumspect in their public commentary on the subject. Moreover, Beijing and Moscow are both currently reassessing their nuclear policies and postures. The decisions they make will affect their negotiating positions for years to come; therefore, now is the time to engage both countries in discussions about deep nuclear reductions that could ultimately lead to the elimination of their arsenals. Such actions will contribute to reaching "nuclear zero." With an eye to engaging Beijing and Moscow in a serious dialogue about practical steps along "the road to zero," this paper analyzes the prevailing perspectives, bureaucratic players, and politics related to nuclear disarmament in China and Russia.
- Foreword / Cristina Hansell and William C. Potter
Chinese and Russian perspectives on achieving nuclear zero / Nikolai N. Sokov, Jing-dong Yuan, William C. Potter, and Cristina Hansell
China and the nuclear-free world / Jing-dong Yuan
Chinese nuclear posture and force modernization / Jeffrey Lewis
How Chinese analysts view arms control, disarmament, and nuclear deterrence after the Cold War / Lora Saalman
The evolving role of nuclear weapons in Russia's security policy / Nikolai N. Sokov
Reducing Russia's reliance on nuclear weapons in security policies / Vladimir Dvorkin
The prospect of universal complete nuclear disarmament / Pavel S. Zolotarev
Formulation of nuclear policy in Moscow : actors and interests / Mikhail Tsypkin and Anya Loukianova
Strategic relations between the United States, Russia, and China and the possibility of cooperation on disarmament / Cristina Hansell and Nikita Perfilyev.
- Title from PDF title page (viewed on August 6, 2010).
"James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies."
Includes bibliographical references.
- Hansell, Cristina.
Potter, William C.
Monterey Institute of International Studies. Center for Nonproliferation Studies.
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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