The Correlates of Nuclear Proliferation

  title={The Correlates of Nuclear Proliferation},
  author={S. Singh and Christopher R. Way},
  journal={Journal of Conflict Resolution},
  pages={859 - 885}
  • S. Singh, Christopher R. Way
  • Published 2004
  • Economics
  • Journal of Conflict Resolution
  • Fears of rogue states, withdrawal of cold war-era security guarantees, a falling technological threshold, and availability to terrorist organizations ensure that nuclear weapons proliferation remains a central security issue and that developing an adequate theory of proliferation ranks high on the agenda. A data set on nuclear proliferation is constructed that identifies three different stages on the path to the weaponization of nuclear weapons technology. Hazard models and multinomial logit… CONTINUE READING

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