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Author U.S.-Japan Study Group on Arms Control and Non-Proliferation After the Cold War.

Title The United States, Japan, and the future of nuclear weapons : report of the U.S.-Japan Study Group on Arms Control and Non-Proliferation After the Cold War
Published Washington, D.C. : Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, [1995]


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Description viii, 181 pages ; 23 cm
Contents Foreword / William Clark, Jr. and Ryukichi Imai -- Pt. I. Report of the Study Group -- Overview: Nuclear Weapons After the Cold War. 1. Reducing Nuclear Weapons: Is Zero Desirable? 2. The Future of the Non-Proliferation Treaty. 3. Obstacles to a Comprehensive Test Ban. 4. Dismantling and Disposing of Nuclear Weapons. 5. A Weapons-Grade Fissile Material Cutoff. 6. Plutonium and Nuclear Power in Japan. 7. Arms Control and Tension Reduction in East Asia -- Pt. II. Background Documents. 1. Toward A Non-Nuclear Future: The Extension of the NPT / James F. Leonard and Adam M. Scheinman. 2. Issues in the Test Ban Negotiations / Christopher E. Paine. 3. Post-Cold War Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Japan / Ryukichi Imai. 4. The Future of Japanese Defense Policy / Akio Watanabe. 5. The 1994 U.S. Nuclear Posture Review: Excerpts from the Press Conference / William J. Perry, John Shalikashvili and John Deutch
Notes "A Carnegie endowment book"--P. [4] of Cover
"Co-sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace [and the] International House of Japan."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Nuclear arms control -- United States.
Nuclear nonproliferation.
Nuclear weapons -- Government policy -- Japan.
Author United States-Japan Study Group on Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
LC no. 95006459
ISBN 0870030604 (paperback)
Other Titles Future of Nuclear Weapons