The effectiveness of international agreements in nuclear arms control
After many years of failure to control the proliferation of nuclear weapons, numerous agreements have been concluded to inhibit their manufacture, transfer and combat use. The agreements are effective to the extent that they exercise a substantial influence on international conduct in this field. However, they are ineffective in the sense that there is an increasing discrepancy between the vertical and horizontal proliferation of nuclear weapons, and the restraint imposed by the...[Show more]
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