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Nuclear modernization and arms control in NATO

Arnold Kanter

Nuclear modernization and arms control in NATO

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Published by Prepared for the Ford Foundation [by] Rand Corporation in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization.,
  • Nuclear arms control.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementArnold Kanter.
    SeriesRand note -- N-2896-FF.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 35 p. ;
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17927208M


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modernization and arms control. (For a detailed discussion of the decision see the CRS report, entitled The Modernization of NATO's Long-Range Theater Nuclear Forces, published by the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Dec.

31,C.P. ) The communique issued following the NATO decision stated that "all theAuthor: Stanley R. Sloan. NATO nuclear forces: modernization and arms control. [Stanley R Sloan; Library of Congress.

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ARMS CONTROL AS AN OPTION * Tactical Nuclear Weapons and NATO: Arms Control as an Option * Arms Control Options for Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons * This Nuclear modernization and arms control in NATO book provides a much needed, and long overdue, conceptual and comparative study of nuclear modernization in the United States, Russia and China.

At a time when so many nuclear weapons states are modernizing their arsenals, and arms control seems to be in decline, this is a must-read for nuclear scholars and practitioners.".

"This book examines the global strategic and policy implications of the modernization efforts of the nuclear weapons powers and considers the effects modernization could have on the relations between these nuclear weapon powers and the larger impact upon efforts to curb nuclear weapons, both in terms of horizontal and vertical proliferation"   This trend is reflected in, among other things, an unfolding crisis of nuclear arms control that suffered further setbacks in ‘In these times of ever-increasing geopolitical tensions, the absence of adequate measures to monitor nuclear arsenals and to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons and materials is a particularly worrying.

and the future of the arms control process. Moreover, Members have raised questions about whether U.S. and Russian nuclear modernization programs, combined with the demise of restraints on U.S.

and Russian nuclear forces, may be fueling an arms. News about the NATO Nuclear Planning Group and U.S.-Russia arms control talks.

Posted on J by tine J by Alicia Sanders-Zakre. Hope you are hanging in there. end the modernization of all nuclear weapons. end nuclear sharing. This book provides a much needed, and long overdue, conceptual and comparative study of nuclear modernization in the United States, Russia and China.

At a time when so many nuclear weapons states are modernizing their arsenals, and arms control seems to be in decline, this is a must-read for nuclear scholars and practitioners.".

Get this from a library. NATO nuclear forces: modernization and arms control. [Stanley R Sloan; Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.]. Global and Nuclear modernization and arms control in NATO book Approaches to Arms Control in the Middle East: A Critical Assessment from the Arab World by Selim, Gamal M.

Call Number: / ISBN: The Obama administration entered office with a strong arms control and disarmament agenda, but despite efforts by some officials and agencies to reduce the number and role of nuclear weapons, the administration may ironically end up being remembered more for its commitment to prolonging and modernizing the traditional nuclear arsenal.

NATO. MOSCOW, November /TASS/. The statement from Berlin saying that the work to modernize conventional arms control in Europe is necessary are incompatible with the NATO.

The Arms Control Association depends on the generous contributions of individuals who share our goal of promoting public understanding of and support for effective arms control policies.

ACA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit membership organization, and your financial support makes a difference. Your membership comes with a month subscription to. Steven Pifer examines NATO’s nuclear background, lays out a number of questions the Alliance must consider as it thinks about its future nuclear posture, and outlines the range of arms control.

October By Amy F. Woolf. The United States and the Soviet Union, later Russia, have negotiated limits on their nuclear forces for more than 50 years. Arms control has provided both nations with insights into emerging threats from the other’s forces, allowed informed decisions into the types of weapons and capabilities they could eliminate without risking their security, and maintained.

Nearly half a century after the five declared nuclear-weapon states in pledged under the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) to "pursue negotiations in good faith on effective measures relating to cessation of the nuclear arms race at an early date and to nuclear disarmament,"1 all of the world's nuclear-weapon states are busy modernizing their arsenals and continue to reaffirm the.

Nuclear modernization speeding up as arms control on the brink: report By: Aaron Mehta June 14 A U.S. Air Force B-2 Spirit receives fuel from a KC Stratotanker during Global Thun Oct. Overview of nuclear arms control and defense strategy in NATO [United States.

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Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on International Security and Scientific Affairs. Synopsis Quantitative and qualitative improvements to Soviet long range nuclear capability - Modernization and expansion of Soviet TNF - Parallel courses of TNF modernization and arms control - European deployment of US ground-launched systems - Withdrawal of US nuclear warheads - Proposed inclusion of US and Soviet long range theatre nuclear systems in arms control.

Likewise, the Europeans are of one mind about the threat posed by a missile known as the 9M (SSC-8 in NATO parlance), which is an intermediate-range ground-launched cruise missile that the Russians developed and deployed in violation of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty.

The allies all agree that this missile poses a threat to NATO. The NATO approach of combining defense with detente to improve East-West relations through arms control is no longer possible.

The effort to replace that approach by educating public leaders and citizens is complicated by the irrationality of the flexible response concept in which Europe has a nuclear arsenal controlled by a US that is. Russia has also devised a military doctrine that appears to call for the use of these weapons on the battlefield against NATO to arms control are relatively slim.

nuclear modernization. These new Russian systems include, among others, a heavy ICBM with the ability to carry multiple warheads, a hypersonic glide vehicle, an autonomous underwater vehicle, and a nuclear-powered cruise missile. Arms Control Agreements Over the years, the United States has signed bilateral arms control agreements with the Soviet Union and then Author: Amy F.

Woolf. Doing so requires requesting the funding necessary to complete nuclear modernization programs in a timely manner. Second, the next administration should continue pursuing an improved arms control.

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nuclear bombs believed to be stored at Büchel Air Base, according to reports. A conference held in Maffliers, France, in April brought together defense analysts and government officials from the United States, France, the Federal Republic of Germany, and the United Kingdom to discuss the future of NATO theater nuclear forces (TNF), the options for nuclear modernization, and the problems and challenges posed by the growing pressures for arms control.

This uncertainty combined with nuclear modernization programs in U.S., Russia and China raise important questions about the future strategic stability, force modernization and arms control.

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So if arms control is to remain effective it needs to adapt. I see four areas where we could act together to reflect these new realities. We need to preserve and implement the Non-Proliferation Treaty.

We need to adapt nuclear arms control regimes to new realities. We need to modernise the Vienna Document. — With a major arms control agreement between the U.S. and Russia set to expire and the country is investing in nuclear modernization efforts.

NATO will try to push China on arms control. On Monday, J U.S. and Russian officials are scheduled to meet in Vienna, Austria, to discuss nuclear arms control.

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Arguing that NATO had a "weak" bargaining position without its own long-range forces, they worried that arms control "would not provide a justification for [deployment] programs, but an excuse not to go ahead with them." Arms control possibilities should only be explored only after NATO had established its "total modernization requirements.".

According to Bob Bell, the former defense adviser at the United States Mission to NATO, a United States commitment to nuclear arms control—and to New START, in particular—was essential to garnering consensus around NATO’s common security approach at the Brussels Summit.

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