National security and nuclear proliferation

@article{Sienkiewicz1981NationalSA,
  title={National security and nuclear proliferation},
  author={Stanley J. Sienkiewicz},
  journal={Comparative Strategy},
  year={1981},
  volume={3},
  pages={25-43}
}
Abstract U.S. antiproliferation policy has been preoccupied with narrower technical issues associated with sensitive nuclear technology at the expense of the broader political and security incentives and disincentives likely to determine whether countries move toward nuclear weapons. Both public debate and U.S. policies continue to be focused largely upon efforts to halt what are viewed as the first steps toward nuclear weapons proliferation and not upon long‐run strategies designed to restrain… Expand
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