Conventional Weapons Proliferation (March 1999)


Compiled by Terry L. Hawkins, Bibliographer
Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL

CONTENTS
BOOKS

Arms Control: New Approaches to Theory and Policy, edited by Nancy W. Gallagher. Portland, OR, Frank Cass, 1998. 175 p.

Brzoska, Michael and Pearson, Frederic S. Arms and Warfare: Escalation, De-Escalation, and Negotiation. Columbia, SC, University of South Carolina Press, 1994.

Butfoy, Andrew. Common Security and Strategic Reform: A Critical Analysis. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1997. 175p.

Cascade of Arms: Managing Conventional Weapons Proliferation, edited by Andrew J. Pierre. Washington, Brookings Institution Press, 1997. 466p.

Congressional Budget Office. Limiting Conventional Arms Exports to the Middle East. Washington, DC, CBO, 1992.

Cornish, Paul. Controlling the Arms Trade: The West Versus the Rest. London, Bowerdean Publishing Co., 1996.

Curbing Illicit Trafficking in Small Arms and Sensitive Technologies: An Action-Oriented Agenda, edited by Pericles Alves and Daiana Cipollone. New York, United Nations, 1998. 260p.

Grin, John. Unconventional Approaches to Conventional Arms Control Verification. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1990.

Hartung, William D. And Weapons For All. New York, HarperCollins, 1994.

Keller, William W. Arm In Arm: The Political Economy of the Global Arms Trade. New York, Basic Books, 1995.

Krass, Allan S. The United States and Arms Control: The Challenge of Leadership. Westport, CT, Praeger, 1997. 215p.

Lamb, John M. Conventional Arms Transfers: Approaches to Multilateral Control in the 1990s. Ottawa, Canadian Centre for Arms Control and Disarmament, 1992.

Laurance, Edward J. Arms Watch: SIPRI Report on the First Year of the UN Register of Conventional Arms. New York, Oxford University Press, 1993.

Laurance, Edward J. The International Arms Trade. New York, Lexington Books, 1992.

Laurance, Edward J. Light Weapons and Intrastate Conflict: Early Warning Factors and Preventive Action Washington, Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, 1998. 98p.

Moodie, Michael. Conventional Arms Control and Defense Acquisition: Catching the Caboose?. Washington, DC, Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1990.

Oelrich, Ivan. Conventional Arms Control: The Limits and Their Verification. Lanham, MD, University Press of America, 1990.

U.S. Congress House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Conventional Arms Sales Policy in the Middle East. Washington, DC, GPO, 1992.


PERIODICALS

Alves, Pericles G. and Cipollone, Daiana B. Small Arms and Transparency: Curbing Illicit Trafficking in Small Arms and Sensitive Technologies: An Action-Oriented Agenda. Disarmament 20, no. 2 and 3:61-78 1997

Commission Considers Preliminary Elements of Guidelines on Arms Transfers. UN Chronicle 31:52 September 1994.

U.S. Conventional Arms Transfer Policy. U.S. Department of State Dispatch, 9, 6:155-156 27 February 1995.

Anthony, Ian. Assessing the UN Register of Conventional Arms. Survival 35:113-129 Winter 1993/94.

Atkins, Arthur G. U.S. Again Captures Title of No. 1 Arms Exporter. Arms Control Today 24:31 September 1994.

Boutwell, Jeffrey and Klare, Michael. Small Arms and Light Weapons: Controlling the Real Instruments of War. Arms Control Today 28:15-23 August-September 1998.

Carafano, James J. Swords into Plowshares: Postconflict Arms Management Military Review 77:22-29 November-December 1997.

Cooper, Mary H. Arms Sales. CQ Researcher 4:1083-1099 December 9, 1994.

Greenberger, Robert S. Clinton Gains on Iran Arms with Yeltsin. Wall Street Journal A20, Col. 5 September 28, 1994.

Hamilton, Lee H. Big Issues: Should America Sell Arms to Pakistan to Curb Its Nuclear Intentions? American Legion Magazine 137:12 December 1994.

Hartung, William D. U.S. Conventional Arms Transfers: Promoting Stability or Fueling Conflict? Arms Control Today 25:9-13 November 1995.

Keeny, Spurgeon M., Jr. Advancing the Arms Control Agenda: Pitfalls and Possibilities. Arms Control Today 28:11-19 January-February 1998.

Keller, William W. The Political Economy of Conventional Arms Proliferation. Current History 96:179-183 April 1997.

Kemp, Geoffrey. The Continuing Debate over U.S. Arms Sales: Strategic Needs and the Quest for Arms Limitations. Annals of the American Academy of Political & Social Science 535:146-157 September 1994.

Layne, Christopher and Metzger, Robert S. Reforming Post-Cold War U.S. Arms Sales Policy: The Crucial Link Between Experts and the Defence Industrial Base. Journal of Strategic Studies 18:1-32 December 1995.

Lock, Peter. Armed Conflicts and Small Arms Proliferation: Refocusing The Research Agenda. Policy Sciences 30:117-132 August 1997.

McCausland, Jeffrey D. Arms Control and the Dayton Accords. European Security 6:18-27 Summer 1997.

Powell, Stewart M. A Forecast of the Arms Trade. Air Force Magazine 78:76-80 September 1995.

Rahman, Reaz. The Illicit Flow of Small Arms in South Asia. Disarmament 20, no. 2 and 3:79-102 1997.

Schofield, Philip J.F. Dayton Arms Control: Creating a Model for the Future. RUSI Journal 142:25-29 April 1997.

Sherman, Jason. Arms Wrestling: A Campaign for a World-Wide Crusade against Small Arms and Light Weapons is Mounting Armed Forces Journal Internations 135:22-23 March 1998.

Stork, Joe. The Middle East Arms Bazaar After the Gulf War. Middle East Report 197:14-17+ Nov/Dec 1995.

U.S. 1997 Data for the UN Conventional Arms Register. Arms Control Today 28:37-38 June-July 1998.

Van Der Graaf, Henny J. Proliferation of Light Weapons in Africa Policy Sciences 30:133-141 August 1997.

Wagenmakers, Hendrik. The UN Register of Conventional Arms: The Debate on the Future Issues. Arms Control Today 24:8-13 October 1994.

Ward, Michael D. Guns and Growth Around the Globe. International Interactions 21:181-201 1995.

Wendt, James C. Conventional Arms Control for Korea: A Proposed Approach. Survival 34:108-124 Winter 1992/93.


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