Since 1966 – International School on Disarmament and Research on Conflicts – Italian Pugwash Group

The Arms Race in the 1980s

VENICE 1980

Edited by David Carlton, Carlo Schaerf
Published by Macmillan (London) and St. Martin’s Press (New York), 1982
338 pages
ISBN 0333326695

Contents


Preface
List of Abbreviations
Notes of Contributors
List of Course Participants

Summary of Discussions
William F. Gutteridge

PART I THE CENTRAL ARMS RACE

Disarmament, Security and Public Confidence
William F. Gutteridge

Some Peculiarities of The Arms Race on The Threshold of the 1980s
M.A. Milstein
Disarmament: Phoenix and Hydra
Komarraju Ravi

Arms Control: The Bankruptcy of The Strategist’s Approach
Trevor Taylor

Military Parity, Political and Military Détente
Max Schmidt

Disarmament-Supporting Measures: Conceptual Innovation and Institutional Reform of the National Arms Control and Disarmament Machineries
H.G. Brauch

The Maintenance of Peace Is the Most Important Problem of Today
V.S. Emelyanov

Is the SALT Era Over?
Gloria Duffy

Technological Misinformation: Fission and Fusion Weapons
Alexander De Volpi

PART II THE PROBLEM OF PROLIFERATION

International Strategies for Managing the Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Ian Smart

Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons as an Essential Step Towards Nuclear Disarmament
V.S. Emelyanov

The Dilemmas of Non-Proliferation Policy: The Supplier Countries
Pierre Lellouche

Non-Proliferation and Developing Countries
Olga Sukovit

PART III REGIONAL STUDIES

The Dilemma of European Theatre Nuclear Arms Control
Lawrence Freedman

Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones: the Latin American Experiment
Felix Calderon

International security regimes: the case of a Balkan nuclear-free zone
Athanassios G. Platias and R.J. Rydell

Greece And Nuclear Weapons
Kosta Tsipis

Nigeria’s Nuclear Potential
Robert D’A. Henderson

Index