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Nuclear Nonproliferation
(Released December 2002)

 
  by David Lindsay  

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  1. Arms Races, Militarization, and War
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2002, 62, 12, June, 4320-A.

  2. The Future of Export Controls: Developing New Strategies for Nonproliferation
    International Politics, 2002, 39, 2, June, 131-151.

  3. Assessing the Optimism-Pessimism Debate: Nuclear Proliferation, Nuclear Risks, and Theories of State Action
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2002, 62, 11, May, 3927-A.

  4. Valleys of Vulnerability: Instability in Asymmetric Nuclear Rivalries
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2002, 62, 11, May, 3927-A-3928-A.

  5. Policy and Nuclear Proliferation: How Arms Control Encourages Proliferation
    International Politics, 2002, 39, 1, Mar, 53-74.

  6. Sanctions and Reinforcement in Strategic Relationships: Carrots and Sticks, Compellence and Deterrence
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2002, 62, 8, Feb, 2878-A.

  7. The Nuclear Disarmament Chimera
    New Zealand International Review, 2002, 27, 1, Jan-Feb, 7-10.

  8. Proliferation, Missile Defence and American Ambitions
    Survival, 2002, 44, 2, summer, 85-102.

  9. THE CRIMINALITY OF NUCLEAR DETERRENCE
    216pp, Atlanta, GA: Clarity Press, 2002

  10. Controlling Weapons of Mass Destruction. An Evaluation of International Security Regime Significance
    Dissertation Abstracts International, C: Worldwide, 2002, 63, 1, spring, 33-C.

  11. Steps to Devalue/Delegitimize Nuclear Weapons
    International Studies, 2002, 39, 1, Jan-Mar, 65-78.

  12. The Founder of the Critical Science Movement: The Philosopher of the Social Action: Bertrand Russell (18 May 1872-2 Feb. 1970)
    Philosophy and Social Action, 2001, 27, 4, Oct-Dec, 65-70.

  13. Alliances, Assurances, Security Guarantees and Non-Proliferation: A Model for Empirical Analysis
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2001, 62, 3, Sept, 1192-A.

  14. Anarchism and the Anti-Globalization Movement
    Monthly Review, 2001, 53, 4, Sept, 1-14.

  15. Buying Peace and Security? U.S. Positive Economic Inducement Strategies for Reducing Regional Conflicts and Retarding Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2001, 62, 2, Aug, 763-A.

  16. Nuclear Proliferation in the Developing World: Causes and Consequences
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2001, 61, 12, June, 4941-A.

  17. 2000 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference
    Asia-Pacific Review, 2001, 8, 1, May, 51-62.

  18. Politics and Physics: Epistemic Communities and the Origins of United States Nuclear Nonproliferation Policy
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2001, 61, 9, Mar, 3746-A.

  19. Nuclear Terrorism: Actor-Based Threat Assessment
    Intelligence and National Security, 2001, 16, 2, summer, 39-54.

  20. Integrated Safeguards: Status and Trends
    Nonproliferation Review, 2001, 8, 2, summer, 102-110.

  21. National Missile Defense and the ABM Treaty: No Need to Wreck the Accord
    World Policy Journal, 2001, 18, 3, fall, 15-22.

  22. Seven Worries about START III
    Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs, 2001, 45, 2, spring, 175-191.

  23. The Determinants of Nonproliferation Export Controls: A Membership-Fee Explanation
    Nonproliferation Review, 2001, 8, 2, summer, 69-80.

  24. Negotiate a Nuclear Weapons Convention
    Philosophy and Social Action, 2001, 27, 1, Jan-Mar, 49-55.

  25. The Coming Crisis: Nuclear Proliferation, U.S. Interests, and World Order
    International Studies Review, 2001, 3, 3, fall, 172-176.

  26. Nuclear Arms Control and Ballistic Missile Defence
    SIPRI Yearbook, 2001, 423-486.

  27. Loosening the Ties That Bind: A Learning Model of Agreement Flexibility
    International Organization, 2001, 55, 2, spring, 289-325.

  28. For Modest Defences and Low Offensive Numbers
    Survival, 2001, 43, 3, autumn, 71-74.

  29. The Coming Crisis: Nuclear Proliferation, U.S. Interests and World Order
    Political Science Quarterly, 2001-2002, 116, 4, winter, 643-644.

  30. Good Grief! The Politics of Debating NMD: A Reply to Frank Harvey
    International Journal, 2001, 56, 2, spring, 330-346.

  31. Economic and Technological Trends Affecting Nuclear Nonproliferation
    Nonproliferation Review, 2001, 8, 2, summer, 40-54.

  32. Management, Abolition, and Nullification: Nuclear Nonproliferation Strategies in the 21th Century
    Nonproliferation Review, 2001, 8, 3, fall-winter, 67-81.

  33. The Illicit Traffic in Nuclear and Radioactive Materials
    SIPRI Yearbook, 2001, 503-511.

  34. Verification of the Implementation of Disarmament Agreements
    Polish Quarterly of International Affairs, 2001, 10, 2, spring, 52-72.

  35. Nuclear Arsenal Games: Coping with Proliferation in a World of Changing Rivalries
    Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique, 2000, 33, 4, Dec, 723-746.

  36. Triumphalism and Reality in U.S. Cold War Policies
    Peace Review, 2000, 12, 4, Dec, 613-617.

  37. Proliferation and Critical Risk
    The Journal of Strategic Studies, 2000, 23, 4, Dec, 51-76.

  38. Nuclear Order and Disorder
    International Affairs, 2000, 76, 4, Oct, 703-724.

  39. International Security in the World-System: A Model of Future Dynamics
    International Studies, 2000, 37, 3, July-Sept, 183-225.

  40. Contemplating a New Strategic Future
    Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2000, 23, 3, July-Sept, 215-219.

  41. Testing Times: Of Nuclear Tests, Test Bans and the Framing of Proliferation
    Contemporary Security Policy, 2000, 21, 1, Apr, 1-22.

  42. Beliefs, Culture, Proliferation and Use of Nuclear Weapons
    The Journal of Strategic Studies, 2000, 23, 1, Mar, 74-100.

  43. International Seminar on Nuclear Weapon-Free Zones: A Concept Paper
    Development Dialogue, 2000, 1-2, 34-45.

  44. Traditional Values for the Digital Age
    The Responsive Community, 2000, 10, 4, fall, 52-58.

  45. The International Politics of National Missile Defence: A Response to the Critics
    International Journal, 2000, 55, 4, autumn, 545-566.

  46. Some Possible Surprises in Our Nuclear Future
    Small Wars & Insurgencies, 2000, 11, 2, autumn, 38-51.

  47. Nuclear Proliferation: The Evolving Policy Debate
    Contemporary Security Policy, 1999, 20, 3, Dec, 198-230.