Security At Sea: Naval Forces And Arms Control
Since World War II, five navies are known to have acquired nuclear weapons; the activities of these forces continue to play a critical and often dangerous role in global strategic affairs. Offering the first serious appraisal of naval arms and their control in forty years, an international panel of experts here presents a broad and detailed assessment of the dangers of the naval arms race, and discusses problems with naval arms control, confidence-building measures, and verification technologies.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Stockholm Intl Peace Res Inst
- ISBN-13: 9780198291305
- ISBN: 0198291302
- Publication Year: 1990