October 2001 
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Nuclear Proliferation
Nuclear Testing

Nuclear Proliferation


Babkina, A. M. Nuclear Proliferation: An Annotated Biography. Commack, NY, Nova Science Publishers, 1999. 239 p.
An annotated bibliography.
Book call no.: 016.3271747 B114n

Johnson, Kevin D. Russia, the United States and Nuclear Proliferation. Arlington, VA, Institute of Land Warfare, Association of the U. S. Army, 1998. 30p. (Land Warfare Papers, No. 30)
Doc. call no.: 327.1747 J677r

Perkovich, George. India's Nuclear Bomb: The Impact on Global Proliferation. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1999. 597 p.
Book call no.: 355.02170954 P451i

Powaski, Ronald E. Return to Armageddon: The United States and the Nuclear Arms Race, 1981-1999. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2000. 294 p.
Book call no.: 327.1747 P881r

Zinberg, Dorothy S. The Missing Link? Nuclear Proliferation and the International Mobility of Russian Nuclear Experts. New York, United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, 1995. 46 p. (United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research Papers, no. 35)
Book call no.: 327.17470947 Z77m


Blank, Stephen. Proliferation and Counterproliferation in Russian Strategy. The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis 11:149-189 Winter 1999.

Ferguson, Charles. Sparking a Buildup: U. S. Missile Defense and China's Nuclear Arsenal. Arms Control Today 30:13-18 March 2000.

Goldman, Stuart D. and others. Russian Missile Technology and Nuclear Reactor Transfers to Iran. Current Politics and Economics of Russia, Eastern and Central Europe 11, no.2/3:145-169 1998.

Hoffman, Bruce. Illicit Trafficking in Nuclear Materials. Conflict Studies no.314/315:1-42 January-February 1999.

Kartha, Tara. The Rationale of Cruise Missiles. Strategic Analysis 22:799-811 August 1998.
Part One. 22:799-811 August 1998. Part Two. 22:841-854 September 1998.

Mitchell, Ronald B. International Control of Nuclear Proliferation: Beyond Carrots and Sticks. The Nonproliferation Review 5:40-52 Fall 1997.

Muldoon, Tomothy J. South Africa: A Case Study in Nuclear Proliferation and Nuclear Rollback. National Security Studies Quarterly 5:83-106 Spring 1999.

Perkovich, George. Nuclear Proliferation. Foreign Policy no. 112:12-23 Fall 1998.

Sawhney, Pravin. How Inevitable is an Asian 'Missile Race'? Jane's Intelligence Review 12:30-34 January 2000.

Turner, Stansfield. The Specter of Nuclear Proliferation. Security Dialogue 29:293-301 September 1998.

Nuclear Testing


Bo, Zhou. South Asia: The Prospect of Nuclear Disarmament After the 1998 Nuclear Tests in Inda and Pakistan. Duntroon, AUS, Land Warfare Studies Centre, 1999. 34 p. (Working Paper (Land Warfare Studies Centre, Australia), no. 108)
Book call no.: 327.17470954 Z637s

Perkovich, George. India's Nuclear Bomb: The Impact on Global Proliferation. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1999. 597 p.
Book call no.: 355.02170954 P451i


Auster, Bruce B. An Explosion of Indian Pride. U.S. News & World Report 124:16-18 May 25, 1998.

Bombs, Gas, and Microbes. The Economist 347:23-25 June 6, 1998.

Chakrapani, Ashok. Plain Speaking about Indian Nuclear Testing. The Round Table No. 348:441-444 October 1998.

Chellaney, Brahma. India's Nuclear Planning, Force Structure, Doctrine and Arms Control Posture. Australian Journal of International Affairs 53:57-69 April 1999.

Chengappa, Raj. The Bomb Makers. India Today International 23:26-32 June 22, 1998.

Hagerty, Devin T. South Asia's Big Bangs: Causes, Consequences, and Prospects. Australian Journal of International Affairs 53:19-30 April 1999.

Hussain, Zahid and Chengappa, Raj. Bang for Bang. India Today Internaional 23:12-17 June 8, 1998.

India Tests Nuclear Weapons, Drawing Worldwide Censure; Pakistan Responds in Kind, Raising Threat of Regional Arms Race. Foreign Policy Bulletin 9:32-58 July-August 1998.

Jones, Rodney W. Pakistan's Nuclear Posture: Arms Race Instabilities in South Asia. Asian Affairs: An American Reivew 25:67-87 Summer 1998.

Joshi, Manoj. Nuclear Shockwaves. India Today International 23:12-20 May 25, 1998.

Kamath, P. M. Indian Nuclear Tests, Then and Now: an Analysis of US and Canadian Responses. Strategic Analysis 23:749-762 August 1999.

Known Nuclear Test Worldwide, 1945-98. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:65-67 November-December 1998.

Kvok, B. On the Nuclear Tests in India and Pakistan. International Affairs 44, no.5:60-65 1998.

Malik, Mohan. Nuclear Proliferation in Asia: The China Factor. Australian Journal of International Affairs 53:31-42 April 1999.

Nuclear Testing (India). World Opinion Update 23:26-27 March 1999.

Ramanna, Raja. The Impact of India's Nuclear Expolisions. India Perspectives 11, Special Issue:20-23 August-September 1998.

Singer, Clifford E. and others. Feasible Deals with India and Pakistan After the Nuclear Tests: The Glenn Sanctions and U.S. Negotiations. Asian Survey 38:1161-1178 December 1998.

Walker, William. The Risks of Further Nuclear Testing in South Asia. Arms Control Today 29:20-25 September/October 1999.

Yasmeen, Samina. Pakistan's Nuclear Tests: Domestic Debate and International Determinants Australian Journal of International Affairs 53:43-56 April 1999


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