Common ends, divergent means: US and Austalian responses to proliferation (chemical, biological, missile)
Western governments have focused increasing attention over the past decade on combating the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and associated means of delivery. However, there has been relatively little scholarly examination of their individual anti-proliferation strategies, and virtually no meaningful attempt at comparison. The extant literature on proliferation therefore fails to illuminate the national preferences among influential supplier states that presumably have...[Show more]
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