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Nuclear Nonproliferation
(Released December 2002)

 
  by David Lindsay  

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  1. Developing Countries and Missile Proliferation: The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, and India
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2002, 62, 12, June, 4323-A.

  2. BJP, India's Foreign Policy and the "Realist Alternative" to the Nehruvian Tradition
    International Politics, 2002, 39, 2, June, 215-234.

  3. The Secret Policemen's Ball: The United States, Russia and the International Order after 11 September
    International Affairs, 2002, 78, 2, Apr, 245-259.

  4. Rewarding North Korea: Theoretical Perspectives on the 1994 Agreed Framework
    Journal of Peace Research, 2002, 39, 1, Jan, 51-68.

  5. Pakistan's Nuclear Bomb: Beyond the Non-Proliferation Regime
    International Affairs, 2002, 78, 1, Jan, 29-48.

  6. Nuclear Terrorism and Warhead Control in Russia
    Survival, 2002, 44, 2, summer, 71-83.

  7. KEDO: Which Way from Here?
    Asian Perspective, 2002, 26, 1, 41-55.

  8. The Second Nuclear Age: Proliferation Pessimism versus Sober Optimism in South Asia and East Asia
    The Journal of Strategic Studies, 2001, 24, 4, Dec, 79-120.

  9. Pakistani Nuclear Doctrine and the Dangers of Strategic Myopia
    Asian Survey, 2001, 41, 6, Nov-Dec, 956-977.

  10. Lessons for Proliferation Scholarship in South Asia: The Buddha Smiles Again
    Asian Survey, 2001, 41, 6, Nov-Dec, 1002-1022.

  11. The Perils of Proliferation in South Asia
    Asian Survey, 2001, 41, 6, Nov-Dec, 1064-1086.

  12. "Nuclear Apartheid" as Political Position: Race as a Postcolonial Resource?
    Alternatives, 2001, 26, 4, Oct-Dec, 485-522.

  13. South Asian Nuclear Weapons and Dilemmas of International Non-Proliferation Regimes
    Contemporary Security Policy, 2001, 22, 2, Aug, 27-48.

  14. Nuclear Norms and German Nuclear Interests
    Comparative Strategy, 2001, 20, 3, July-Sept, 241-249.

  15. The Need for a Japanese Nuclear Deterrent
    Comparative Strategy, 2001, 20, 3, July-Sept, 259-270.

  16. ANZUS? ANZ Who?
    Australian Journal of International Affairs, 2001, 55, 2, July, 287-300.

  17. Ambiguity, Autonomy, and the Atom: Emergence of the Argentine-Brazilian Nuclear Regime
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2001, 61, 12, June, 4938-A.

  18. Nuclear Proliferation in Protracted Conflict Regions: A Comparative Study of South Asia and the Middle East
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2001, 61, 12, June, 4940-A.

  19. A Middle Power Paradox? South African Diplomacy in the Post-Apartheid Era
    International Relations, 2001, 15, 4, Apr, 33-59.

  20. A Nuclear South Asia: Resolving or Protracting the Protracted Conflict?
    International Relations, 2001, 15, 4, Apr, 61-77.

  21. South Asian Security and Its Impact on China
    China Report, 2001, 37, 2, Apr-June, 141-163.

  22. Prospects for Arms Control and Proliferation in the Middle East
    Nonproliferation Review, 2001, 8, 2, summer, 111-117.

  23. In Praise of Indifference toward India's Bomb
    Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs, 2001, 45, 2, spring, 241-257.

  24. The Iraqi Maze: Searching for a Way Out
    Nonproliferation Review, 2001, 8, 3, fall-winter, 54-66.

  25. Israelis Ponder Their Long-Term Security
    Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs, 2001, 45, 2, spring, 259-280.

  26. A Saudi Nuclear Option?
    Survival, 2001, 43, 2, summer, 69-79.

  27. India's Nuclear Bomb: The Impact on Global Proliferation
    International Studies Review, 2001, 3, 1, spring, 146-148.

  28. Of Gauchos and Gringos: Why Argentina Never Wanted the Bomb, and Why the United States Thought It Did
    Security Studies, 2001, 10, 3, spring, 153-185.

  29. China and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime
    Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs, 2000, 22, 3, Dec, 445-478.

  30. Security Dilemmas of Nuclear-Armed Pakistan
    Third World Quarterly, 2000, 21, 5, Oct, 781-793.

  31. Explaining Ukrainian Denuclearization: Material Interests or Liberal Identity?
    International Politics, 2000, 37, 2, June, 185-211.

  32. NATO's Non-Proliferation and Deterrence Policies: Mixed Signals and the Norm of WMD Non-Use
    The Journal of Strategic Studies, 2000, 23, 1, Mar, 25-51.

  33. Whether to "Strangle the Baby in the Cradle": The United States and the Chinese Nuclear Program, 1960-64
    International Security, 2000-2001, 25, 3, winter, 54-99.

  34. The Strategic Effects of South Asian Nuclear Proliferation
    Journal of Political Science, 2000, 28, 45-82.

  35. Describing the Nuclear Elephant: Nuclear Policy and Politics in India and Pakistan
    Millennium, 2000, 29, 1, spring, 141-151.

  36. The Consequences of Nuclear Proliferation: Lessons from South Asia
    Millennium, 2000, 29, 1, spring, 141-151.

  37. India, Pakistan and the Dilemmas of Global Nuclear Proliferation
    Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies, 1999, 18, 4, Dec, 23-30.