2 edition of Criteria for evaluating potential agreements or measures to control arms and promote stability. found in the catalog.
Criteria for evaluating potential agreements or measures to control arms and promote stability.
Patricia Bliss McFate
1997 by [Govt. of Canada, Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade in [Ottawa], Canada .
Written in English
|Contributions||Graybeal, Sidney., Canada., Canada. Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.|
|LC Classifications||JZ5665 .M39 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 50 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||97188305|
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Existing Conventional Arms Control Agreements 17 The Vienna Document 19 negotiate arms control agreements with potential opponents that placed limits on the size of respective arsenals, military activities/operations, to the prevention of conflict and enhances stability.
But it is hard to. reduced, several questions concerning existing arms control agreements arise. Does arms control serve the same purpose today as it did during the Cold War. What measures of effectiveness should be applied to arms control in the post-Cold War and the post-9/11 era.
How does arms control help serve United States security interest in the current. The concept of ‘arms control’ includes any agreement among several powers to regulate some aspect of their military capability or potential.
Robert Bowie, “Basic Requirements of Arms Control” We still use the term arms control, even when the. Arms control operations are normally conducted to support arms control treaties and enforcement agencies.
Forces may conduct arms control during combat or stability operations to prevent. How do international arms control treaties influence state policies. This article investigates this question by analyzing the efficacy of the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT).
Despite fierce debate over the last several decades, scholars still lack a full understanding of whether or not the treaty “works.” This debate persists, in part, because existing studies suffer from a key. 1 MEASURES OF EFFECTIVENESS IN STABILITY OPERATIONS Chapter 1 Assessment in Stability Operations “This is a political as well as a military war the ultimate goal is to regain the.
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The possibility of allocation to either arm. The progressive development of measures to control weapons of mass destruction in the s and s moved arms control beyond a sovereign conception, towards a larger logic of governmentality. The value of proposed U.S.
major conventional arms sales agreements through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program totaled just more than $63 billion in —nearly identical to the amount in In May, new U.S. president Donald Trump touted potential major arms sales to Saudi Arabia, which accounted for the largest portion of the FMS notifications and also raised the most controversy.
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In addition to the major agreements dealing with nuclear weapons, several other arms control activities were undertaken in the post era, including a multilateral treaty limiting the conventional forces in Europe, agreements on chemical and biological weapons, pacts creating nuclear-weapons-free zones, and protocols aimed at preventing accidental war.
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