Justice and Fairness in the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime

@article{Tannenwald2013JusticeAF,
  title={Justice and Fairness in the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime},
  author={N. Tannenwald},
  journal={Ethics & International Affairs},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={299-317}
}
  • N. Tannenwald
  • Published 2013
  • Sociology
  • Ethics & International Affairs
  • Today, the nuclear regime is widely perceived to be in crisis. While part of this crisis has to do with direct challenges to the regime posed by the illicit nuclear programs of North Korea and Iran, from the perspective of much of the developing world, the issues facing the nonproliferation regime are overwhelmingly about the justice and fairness of the regime's norms, rules, and procedures. Indeed, it is difficult to identify a security regime today where equity issues are more central to… CONTINUE READING
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