Air University Library Publications

NUCLEAR BIOLOGICAL CHEMICAL

January 1998


PART SIX

CONTENTS


NUCLEAR WEAPONS



BOOKS

Arkin, William M. and Norris, Robert S. The Internet and the Bomb: A Research Guide to Policy and Information About Nuclear Weapons. Washington, Natural Resources Defense Council, 1997. 159p.
Book call no.: 355.825119 A721i

Berry, William E. Jr. North Korea's Nuclear Program: The Clinton Administration's Response. Colorado Springs, CO, U.S. Air Force Academy, 1995. 54p.
Book call no.: 327.17409519 B534n

Binnendijk, Hans and Goodby, James, eds. Transforming Nuclear Deterrence. Washington, National Defense University Press, 1997. 63p.
Book call no.: 355.0217 T772

Bodansky, Yossef. Crisis In: Korea. New York, S.P.I. Books, 1994. 273p.
Book call no.: 327.174095193 B666c

Botti, Timothy J. Ace in the Hole: Why the United States Did Not Use Nuclear Weapons in the Cold War, 1945 to 1965. Westport, CN, Greenwood Press, 1996. 311p.
Book call no.: 355.825119 B751a

Carnovale, Marco. The Control of NATO Nuclear Forces in Europe. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 1992. 302p.
Book call no.: 355.825119 C291c

Chari, P. R. Indo-Pak Nuclear Standoff, the Role of the United States. New Delhi, India, Manohar, 1995. 256p.
Book call no.: 355.033554 C473i

De Andreis, Marco and Calogero, Francesco. The Soviet Nuclear Weapon Legacy. New York, Oxford University Press, 1995. 130p.(SIPRI Research Report, no.10)
Book call no.: 355.8 D282s

Feaver, Peter D. Guarding the Guardians: Civilian Control of Nuclear Weapons in the United States. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press, 1992. 261p.
Book call no.: 355.0217 F288g

Garrity, Patrick J. and Maaranen, Steven A., eds. Nuclear Weapons in the Changing World: Perspectives From Europe, Asia, and North America. New York, Plenum Press, 1992. 278p.
Book call no.: 355.0217 N96491

Gibson, James N. Nuclear Weapons of the United States: An Illustrated History. Atglen, PA, Shiffer Pub., 1996. 236p.
Book call no.: 355.8 G449n

Hayes, Peter. Moving Target: Korea's Nuclear Proliferation Potential. Canberra, Australia, Australian National University, 1992. 28p.
Book call no.: 355.8251190951 H418m

Kihl, Young W. and Hayes, Peter, eds. Peace and Security in Northeast Asia: The Nuclear Issue and the Korean Peninsula. Armonk, NY, M. E. Sharpe, 1997. 491p.(An East Gate Book)
Book call no.: 327.174095193 P355

Kuntzel, Matthias. Bonn & the Bomb: German Politics and the Nuclear Option. Boulder, CO, Pluto Press, 1995. 210p.
English version of: Bonn und die Bomb
Book call no.: 355.02170943 K96b

Kwak, Tae-Hwan and Olsen, Edward A., eds. The Major Powers of Northeast Asia: Seeking Peace and Security. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1996. 261p.
Chapter 9 - North Korea's Nuclear Program and Its Impact on Northeast Asian Security, by Seong Whun Cheon, pp 191-212
Book call no.: 327.1 M234

Mack, Andrew. North Korea's Nuclear Program: The Options Are Shrinking. Canberra, Australia, Australian National University, 1994. 21p.
Book call no.: 327.174095193 M153n

Mack, Andrew. Nuclear Dilemmas: Korean Security in the 1990s. Canberra, Australia, Australian National University, 1992. 34p.
Book call no.: 355.03355193 M153n

Mack, Andrew. Nuclear Endgame on the Korean Peninsula. Canberra, Australia, Australian National University, 1994. 37p.
Book call no.: 327.17409193 M153a

National Academy of Science (U.S.). The Future of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy. Washington, National Academy Press, 1997. 110p.
Book call no.: 355.02170973 N277

Quester, George H., ed. The Nuclear Challenge in Russia and the New States of Eurasia. Armonk, NY, M.E. Sharpe, 1995. 274p.
Book call no.: 327.1740947 N964

Quinlan, Michael. Thinking About Nuclear Weapons. London, Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, 1997. 84p.
Book call no.: 355.825119 Q7t

Sommerville, Mary A., ed. Essays on Strategy XIII. Washington, National Defense University Press, 1996. 333p.
Chapter 9 - The Challenge of Maintaining U.S. Nuclear Infrastructure in the 21st Century, by James W. Dowis, pp 289-332
Book call no.: 355.43 E78 v.13 1996

Strain, Frederick R. Confronting Nuclear Addiction: The Challenge of Proliferation. Washington, HQ, U.S. Air Force, 1992. 97p.
Book call no.: 355.825119 S896c

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Iraq's Nuclear Weapons Capability and IAEA Inspections in Iraq. Hearing...103 Cong, 1st sess. Washington, GPO, June 29, 1993. 206p.
Book call no.: 355.825119 U582i

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Command and Control of Soviet Nuclear Weapons: Dangers and Opportunities Arising From the August Revolution. Hearing...102 Cong, 1st sess. Washington, GPO, 1992. 25p.
Book call no.: 327.174 U581c

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Threat of North Korean Nuclear Proliferation. Hearing...102 Cong, 1st and 2d sess. Washington, GPO, Nov 25, 1991. 118p.
Book call no.: 327.17409519 U581t

Walsh, Jim. The Future Role of United States' Nuclear Weapons. Cambridge, MA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1994. 16p.
Report on a conference held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, February 3-4, 1994
Book call no.: 355.825119 W225f

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DOCUMENTS

Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute. Nuclear Pakistan and Nuclear India: Stable Deterrent or Proliferation Challenge?, by George H. Quester. Carlisle Barracks, PA, 25 Nov 1992. 22p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-479

Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute. Russian Policy and the Korean Crisis. by Stephen J. Blank. Carlisle Barracks, PA, 30 Sep 1994. 26p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-562

Boren, Paul. The Future of Nuclear Weapons and the Non-Proliferation Treaty. Fort McNair, D.C., 1992. 28p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42942-1 B731f

Clark, J. Edwin (Maj, USA). North Korea: Considerations for Going to War and the Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Newport, RI, 17 Jun 1994. 100p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662-6 C593n

Deyermond, John J. (LtCol, USA). Iran's Growing Nuclear Weapons Program: A Catalyst for Regional Instability in the Middle East. Carlisle Barracks, PA, 10 Mar 1993. 51p. (U.S. Army War College. Military Studies Program paper)
Doc. call no.: M-U 39080-83 D528i

Foley, David C. (LT, USN). Command and Control in New Nuclear States: Implications for Stability. Monterey, CA, June 1994. 83p. (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.) Thesis)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 F6631c

Gompert, David C. and others. U.S. Nuclear Declaratory Policy: The Question of Nuclear First Use. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Corporation, 1995. 24p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-84 no.596

Kaloostian, Jeffrey P. (LtCol, USAF). A Franco-British Nuclear Option for Europe?. Maxwell AFB, AL, April 1, 1996. 29p. (Air University (U.S.) Air War College. Defense analytical study)
Doc. call no.: M-U 43117 K14f

Lambert, Stephen P. (Capt, USAF) and Miller, David A. (Capt, USAF). U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Europe: The Current Environment and Prospects for the Future. Monterey, CA, 1996. 182p. (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.) Thesis)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 L222u

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Iraq's Nuclear Achievements: Components, Sources, and Stature. by Peter D. Zimmerman. Washington, Feb 18 1993. 60p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.93-323 F

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Nuclear Dilemmas: Nonproliferation Treaty, Comprehensive Test Ban, and Stockpile Stewardship. by Jonathan E. Medalia. Washington, December 15, 1994. 6p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.94-1007 F

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Nuclear Weapons Production: Summary of Findings. by Jonathan Medalia. Washington, April 9, 1997. 6p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.97-437 F

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Russia's Nuclear Forces: Doctrine and Force Structure Issues, by Amy F. Woolf. Washington, 1997. 37p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.97-586 F

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Swords Into Energy: Nuclear Weapons Materials After the Cold War. by Zachary S. Davis. Washington, Sept 29, 1992. 35p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.92-739 ENR

Maxwell, David S. (Maj, USA). Catastrophic Collapse of North Korea: Implications for the United States Military, a Monograph. Fort Leavenworth, KS, 1996. 50p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42022-2 M4652c

Paine, Christopher E. and McKinzie, Matthew G. End Run: The U.S. Government's Plan for Designing Nuclear Weapons and Simulating Nuclear Explosions Under the Comprehensive Test BanTreaty. Washington, Natural Resources Defense Council, 1997. 1 vol
Doc. call no.: M-U 44276

Payne, Keith B. and others. Preventing Proliferation: The Implications of the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction for Deterrence. Alexandria, VA, Defense Special Weapons Agency, 1997. 38p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 44266-2 no.96-89

Perry, Richard M. (Maj, USAF). Rogue or Rational State? A Nuclear Armed Iran and US Counter Proliferation Strategy. Maxwell AFB, AL, 1997. 34p. (Air University (U.S.) Air Command and Staff College. Research report)
Doc. call no.: M-U 43122 p4641r

Strain, Frederick R. (LtCol, USAF). Discerning Iran's Nuclear Strategy: An Examination of Motivations, Strategic Culture and Rationality. Maxwell AFB, AL, April 15, 1996. 44p. (Air University (U.S.) Air War College. Defense analytical study)
Doc. call no.: M-U 43117 S896d

Torcolini, Kevin Michael (LT, USN). Theater Nuclear Weapons, Are They Really an Option for an Operations Commander?. Newport, RI, 1997. 21p. (Naval War College (U.S.) Thesis)
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 T676t

United States. Congress. House. Committee on National Security. Spence Blasts Administration's Management of Nuclear Stockpile. Washington, 1996. 2p.
Press release concerning remarks made by Floyd D. Spence, Chairman, House National Security Committee
Doc. call no.: M-U 44258a

United States. Defense Special Weapons Agency. Weapons of Mass Destruction Terms Handbook. Alexandria, VA, Defense Special Weapons Agency, 1997. 174p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 44266-1

United States. Foreign Broadcast Information Service. North Korean Statements on the Nuclear Issue: An Update. Washington, 8 Jun 1992. 8p.
For Official Use Only
Doc. call no.: M-U 31044-102 no.92-10007

United States. Foreign Broadcast Information Service. Selected Pakistani and Indian Statements on the Nuclear Issue. Washington, 3 March 1993. 19p.
For Official Use Only
Doc. call no.: M-U 31044-102 no.93-10003

Wendt, James. The North Korean Nuclear Program: What Is To Be Done?. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Corporation, 1994. 27p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-84 no.434

Winnefeld, James A. Worst-Case Planning for a Nuclear-Capable North Korea: Implications for U.S. Force Deployments. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Corporation, 1993. 6p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-16 no.7822

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PERIODICALS

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. India's Silent Bomb: Out of the Closet. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 48:27 Sep '92.

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. Iraq and the Bomb: Were They Even Close? The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 47:16-25 Mar '91.

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. Iraq's Bomb: Blueprints and Artifacts. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 48:31-40 Jan/Feb '92.

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. Iraq's Nuclear Hide-and-Seek. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 47:14-23 Sep '91.

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. Iraq's Quest for the Nuclear Grail: What Can We Learn? Arms Control Today 22:3-11 Jul/Aug '92.

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. Iraq's Shop-Till-You-Drop Nuclear Program. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 48:27-37 Apr '92.

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. News the Front Page Missed. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 47:7-9 Oct '91.
Media coverage of Iraq's nuclear weapon program

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. North Korea's Plutonium Puzzle. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 48:36-40 Nov '92.

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. Pakistan's Bomb, Out of the Closet. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 48:38-43 Jul/Aug '92.

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. South Africa: The ANC and the Atom Bomb. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 49:32-37 Apr '93.

Albright, David and Hibbs, Mark. Supplier Spotting. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 49:8 Jan/Feb '93.
Efforts to find suppliers to Iraq's nuclear weapons program

Arkin, William M. Calculated Ambiguity: Nuclear Weapons and the Gulf War. Washington Quarterly 19:3-18 Autumn '96.

Arkin, William M. The Special-Weapons Umbrella. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 52:64 Sep-Oct '96.

Arnett, Eric. Nuclear Stability and Arms Sales to India: Implications for U.S. Policy. Arms Control Today 27:7-11 Aug '97.

Baylis, John. The Future of Nuclear Weapons Balancing Power and Morality. International Relations 13:1-14 Aug '97.

Beres, Louis Rene. Limits of Nuclear Deterrence: The Strategic Risks and Dangers to Israel of False Hope. Armed Forces & Society 23:541-570 Summer '97.

Bermudez, Joseph S. North Korea's Nuclear Programme. Jane's Intelligence Review 3:404 Sep '91.

Bhaskar, C. Uday. May 1990 Nuclear "Crisis": An Indian Perspective. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 20:317-332 Oct-Dec '97.

Blair, Bruce G. and others. Taking Nuclear Weapons Off Hair-Trigger Alert. Scientific American 277:74-81 Nov '97.

Blanche, Ed. Country Briefing: Iran. Jane's Defence Weekly 28:19-23 Oct 15 '97.

Blanche, Ed. Middle East Fears New Conflict as Peace Process Takes a Back Seat. Jane's Defence Weekly 27:20-21 May 14 '97.

Bluth, Christopher. Nuclear Safety and Nuclear Ambitions in Ukraine - A Recipe for Catastrophe. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 49:5-8 Nov '93.

Bluth, Christopher. Russia's Nuclear Forces: A Clear and Present Danger? Jane's Intelligence Review 9:548-551 Dec '97.

Booth, Ken. Loose Nukes and the Nuclear Mirror: The Dangers and Opportunities Resulting From the Breakup of the Soviet Union. Arms Control 13:140-150 Apr '92.

Bracken, Paul. Nuclear Weapons and State Survival in North Korea. Survival 35:121-136 Autumn '93.

Brazil and Argentina: IAEA Safeguard Accord. U.S. Department of State Dispatch 2:907 Dec 23 '91.

Bukharin, Oleg. Future of Russia's Plutonium Cities. International Security 21:126-158 Spring '97.

Burns, William F. The Future of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy. Arms Control Today 27:3-5 Oct '97.

Burr, William and Richelson, Jeffrey. A Chinese Puzzle. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 53:42-47 Jul/Aug '97.

Butler, George Lee. The General's Bombshell: Phasing Out the U.S. Nuclear Arsenal. The Washington Quarterly 20:131-135 Summer '97.

Cambone, Stephen A. United States and Theatre Missile Defence in North-East Asia. Survival 39:66-84 Autumn '97.

Cambone, Stephen and Gray, Colin S. The Role of Nuclear Forces in U.S. National Security Strategy: Implications of the B-2 Bomber. Comparative Strategy 15:207-231 Jul-Sep '96.

Cimbala, Stephen J. Russia and Nuclear Coercion: How Necessary? How Much? Journal of Slavic Military Studies 10:56-78 Sep '97.

Clinton, William J. Message to the Congress on the South Africa-United States Agreement on the Peaceful Use of Nuclear Energy. Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 31:1745-1746 Oct 2 '95.

Cohen, Sam. "Reopen the Battlefield Nuclear Weapons Debate". Army 47:5-6 Sep '97.

Davis, Jacquelyn K. Looming Alliance Debate Over Nuclear Weapons. Joint Force Quarterly 15:80-86 Spring '97.

Ding, Arthur S. Beijing's Recent Nuclear Test. Issues & Studies 32:133-134 Jun '96.

Disarmament Cannot Wait. Asiaweek 22:12+ Aug 30 '96.
World ban on nuclear tests with or without India

Dunlap, Charles J. Jr. (Col, USAF). Taming Shiva: Applying International Law to Nuclear Operations. Air Force Law Review 42:157-171 1997.

The Future of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy. Arms Control Today 27:14-18 May '97.

George, Alan. US Rallies Support. Middle East No.256:9 May '96.
US campaign to stop Libya from developing its nuclear weapons technology.

Gertz, Bill. Chinese Buildup Rolls On. Air Force Magazine 80:77-81 Sep '97.

Goodpaster Committee. Nuclear Roles in the Post-Cold War World. The Washington Quarterly 20:163-166 Summer '97.

Gose, Mark N. (Maj, USAF). New Germany and Nuclear Weapons: Options for the Future. Airpower Journal 10:67-78 Special Edition.

Hall, Jeremy. Will Japan Go Nuclear? New Zealand International Review 22:12-15 Nov/Dec '97.

Hibbs, Mark. Attali Bombshell a Real Dud. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 51:5-6 Sep '95.

Hodgson, William A. (SMSgt, USAF). Nuclear Surety: Deficiency Costs Add Up! Combat Edge 6:30-31 Oct '97.

Hogler, Joe L. (Maj, USAF). Threat Reduction: A Framework for the Future of Nuclear Arms Control. Strategic Review 25:46-52 Summer '97.

Holdren, John P. Reducing the Threat of Nuclear Theft in the Former Soviet Union. Arms Control Today 26:14-20 Mar '96.

Holloway, Nigel and Rashid, Ahmed. Sparks for Tinder. Far Eastern Economic Review 159:14-16 Feb 22 '96.

Hough, Harold. Could Israel's Nuclear Assets Survive a First Strike? Jane's Intelligence Review 9:407-410 Sep '97.

Keeping the U.S.-North Korean Nuclear Accord on Track: An Interview with Ambassador Stephen W. Bosworth. Arms Control Today 27:3-6 Aug '97.

Kincade, William H. Nuclear Weapons in Ukraine: Hollow Threat, Wasting Asset. Arms Control Today 23:13-18 Jul/Aug '93.

Kristensen, Hans. Targets of Opportunity. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 53:22-28 Sep/Oct '97.
How nuclear planners found new targets for old weapons.

Lamson, James A. and Bowen, Wyn Q. "One Arrow, Three Stars": China's MIRV (Multiple Independently Targetable Re-Entry Vehicle) Programme, Pt 2. Jane's Intelligence Review 9:266-269 Jun '97.

Lehman, Ronald F. A North Korean Nuclear-Weapons Program: International Implications. Security Dialogue 24:257-272 Sep '93.

Litovkin, Victor. Now Russia is the Only Holder of Nuclear Weapons of the Former USSR. Military Parade 41-42 Sep-Oct '96.

Mack, Andrew. Potential, Not Proliferation. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 53:48-53 Jul/Aug '97.

Mackenzie, Richard. Nuclear Standoff on the Subcontinent. Air Force Magazine 76:58 Mar '93.

Martel, William. Myth of Russia's "Loose Nukes". Air Force Times 58:29 Aug 25, 1997.

McMahon, K. Scott. Unconventional Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons Delivery Methods: Whither the "Smuggled Bomb". Comparative Strategy 15:123-134 Apr-Jun '96.

Meadows, Sandra I. Timely U.S. Action Could Avert Future Armageddon. National Defense 81:32-33 Mar '97.

Medhurst, Martin J. Atoms for Peace and Nuclear Hegemony: The Rhetorical Structure of a Cold War Campaign. Armed Forces & Society 23:571-593 Summer '97.

Mikhailov, Victor and others. Establishment of Bilateral System of Response to Nuclear Weapons Crisis Situations. International Affairs (Moscow) 42:103-118 1996.

Mikhailov, Victor and others. Russia's Ministry of Atomic Energy and Nuclear Weapons Safety. International Affairs (Moscow) 42:72-102 1996.

Miller, Marvin M. Plutonium Revisited. Arms Control Today 22:38 Sep '92.

Moore, Mike. World Court Says Mostly No to Nuclear Weapons. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 52:39-42 Sep-Oct '96.

Muller and others. The German Debate on Nuclear Weapons and Disarmament. The Washington Quarterly 20:115-122 Summer '97.

Myhra, Sverre and Forge, John. The Utility of Ambiguity: Nuclear Weapons and the New World Order. Australian Journal of Politics & History 41:190-204 1995.

Nitze, Paul H. Is It Time to Junk Our Nukes? The Washington Quarterly 20:97-101 Summer '97.

Norris, Robert S. The Soviet Nuclear Archipelago. Arms Control Today 22:24-31 Jan/Feb '92.

Norris, Robert S. and Arkin, William. Estimated Russian Stockpile, September 1996. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 52:62-63 Sep-Oct '96.

O'Brien, Terence. Time for a New Approach. New Zealand International Review 22:2-4 Nov/Dec '97.

Pickell, Gregory A. Strength in an Unsettled World: The Role of Nuclear Weapons in Nuclear Nonproliferation and Deterrence. Comparative Strategy 15:81-90 Jan-Mar '96.

Program for Preventing and Combating Illicit Trafficking in Nuclear Material. International Affairs (Moscow) 42:17-19 1996.

Quinlan, Michael. The Future of Nuclear Weapons in World Affairs. The Washington Quarterly 20:137-141 Summer '97.

Quinlan, Michael. The Future of Nuclear Weapons: Policy for Western Possessors. International Affairs 42:485-496 Jul '93.

Quinlan, Michael. Pursuing a Practical Goal. New Zealand International Review 22:5-7 Nov/Dec '97.

Rethinaraj, T. S. Gopi. Tritium Breakthrough Brings India Closer to an H-Bomb Arsenal. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:29-31 Jan '98.

The Return of the Jedi (Star Wars Defense)? U.S. News & World Report 120:29 Apr 1 '96.

Robbins, Carla Anne and others. The X Factor in the Proliferation Game. U.S. News & World Report 112:44-51 Mar 16 '92.

Roberts, Guy B. (Col, USMC). Nuclear Weapons-Grade Fissile Materials: The Most Serious Threat to US National Security Today? Airpower Journal 10:4-16 Special Edition '96.

Robinson, C. Paul and Bailey, Kathleen C. To Zero or Not to Zero: A US Perspective on Nuclear Disarmament. Security Dialogue 28:149-158 Jun '97.

Sales, Trades Spread Asian Nuclear Know-How. Defense No. 3:43-47 1996.

Sanz, Timothy L. Nuclear Terrorism: Published Literature Since 1992. Military Review 77:139-148 Jul-Aug '97.

Sanz, Timothy L. Nuclear Terrorism: Published Literature Since 1992. Military Review 77:139-148 Jul-Aug '97.

Scheiman, Lawrence. Lessons From Post-War Iraq for the International Full-Scope Safeguards Regime. Arms Control Today 23:3-6 Apr '93.

Scheinman, Lawrence and Fischer, David A. V. Managing the Coming Glut of Nuclear Weapons Materials. Arms Control Today 22:7-12 Feb '92.

Schneider, Barry R. Strategies for Coping With Enemy Weapons of Mass Destruction. Airpower Journal 10:36-47 1996.

Seiple, Chris (Capt, USMC). Consequence Management: Domestic Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction. Parameters 27:119-134 Autumn '97.

Seng, Jordan. Less is More: Command and Control Advantages of Minor Nuclear States. Security Studies 6:50-92 Summer '97.

Seng, Jordan. Optimism in the Balance: A Response to Peter Feaver. Security Studies 6:126-136 Summer '97.

Sheppard, Ben. Too Close for Comfort: Ballistic Ambitions in South Asia. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:32-35 Jan '98.

Shriveling Stockpile Carries New Set of Problems for Labs: Nuclear Laboratories Pursue Advanced Technology to Ensure Long-Term Viability, Future Opportunities. National Defense 81:44+ May-Jun '97.

Simpson, John. Nuclear Weapon and Disarmament Realities: Past, Present and Future. New Zealand International Review 22:8-11 Nov/Dec '97.

Sokov, Nikolai. Russia's Approach to Nuclear Weapons. The Washington Quarterly 20:107-114 Summer '97.

Spector, Leonard S. and Smith, Jacquiline R. North Korea: The Next Nuclear Nightmare? Arms Control Today 21:8-13 Mar '91.

Starr, Barbara. Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction. Jane's Defence Weekly 28:39-41+ Nov 12 '97.

Statement on Nuclear Weapons. The Washington Quarterly 20:125-130 Summer '97.

Steering Committee for the Project on Eliminating Weapons of Mass Destruction. The Declining Utility of Nuclear Weapons. The Washington Quarterly 20:91-95 Summer '97.

Sushkevich, M. and others. Nuclear Arms Safety in Russia Today. Military Thought 6:18-28 no.3.

The Threats Go Deep: Rogue Nations are Using Deeper and Stronger Bunkers, Mines, and Caves to Protect Their Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Facilities. Air Force Magazine 80:47-49 Oct '97.

van Doren, Charles. Watching the World's Inventory of Nuclear Weapons Materials. Arms Control Today 23:30 May '93.

Venter, Al J. How Saddam (Hussein) Almost Built His Bomb. Jane's Intelligence Review 9:559-566 Dec '97.

Venter, Al J. Iran's Nuclear Ambition: Innocuous Illusion or Ominous Truth? International Defense Review 30:29-31 Sep '97.

Walker, Ronald. Nuclear Disarmament: Zero and How to Get There. Security Dialogue 28:137-147 Jun '97.

Waltz, Kenneth. Thoughts About Virtual Nuclear Arsenals. The Washington Quarterly 20:153-161 Summer '97.

Weeks, Jennifer. Sino-U.S. Nuclear Cooperation at a Crossroads. Arms Control Today 27:7-13 Jun/Jul '97.

Weisman, Jonathan. Who's Minding the Store? The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 53:32-37 Jul/Aug '97.

Zifferero, Maurizio. The IAEA: Neutralizing Iraq's Nuclear Weapons Potential. Arms Control Today 23:7-10 Apr '93.

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