Arms control and missile proliferation in the Middle East / edited by Bernd Kubbig and Sven-Eric Fikenscher
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction: setting the stage: decreasing the security dilemma by gradual missile reductions / Bernd W. Kubbig -- pt. I Missiles and their proliferation as a threat -- 2.Disarmament efforts in the region: lessons from the Arms Control and Regional Security talks / Dalia Dassa Kaye -- 3.Missiles in the Middle East: their destabilizing role / Jurgen Altmann -- pt. II Conditions for a successful step-by-step approach -- 4.Taking overall military asymmetries into account: objections from the Arab world and Iran / Mahmood Sariolghalam -- 5.Taking Israel's security interests into account: deterrence policy in a changing strategic environment / Uri Bar-Joseph -- 6.Advancing the control of weapons of mass destruction: an incremental approach / Patricia Lewis -- 7.From (potential) spoilers to guarantors? The role of external powers / Hui Zhang -- 8.The verification challenge: concepts, requirements, and technologies / Hartwig Spitzer -- 9.The prospects for disarmament: the case of Hezbollah / Walid Abu-Dalbouh -- 10.Designing disarmament strategies: the case of Hamas / Anat Kurz -- pt. III Three milestones towards a Missile Free Zone -- 11.The promise of military transparency: building on East-West experiences and the UN Register of Conventional Arms / Christian Weidlich -- 12.The Missile Technology Control Regime, the Hague Code of Conduct, and missile proliferation / Mark Smith -- 13.Caps and bans: limiting, reducing, and prohibiting missiles and missile defence / Oleg Shulga -- 14.Conclusions: the stage reconsidered: findings, concluding remarks, and research perspectives / Bernd W. Kubbig.
- 9780415601115 (hbk.)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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