Cillessen, Bret J. Embracing the Bomb: Ethics, Morality and Nuclear Weapons in the U. S. Air Force, 1945-1955. Chapel Hill, NC, 1997. 70 p. (Thesis, MA. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Doc. call no.: 172.422 C572e
Norris, John and Fowler, Will. NBC: Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warfare on the Modern Battlefield. Herndon, VA,
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U.S. Army Dugway Proving Ground. Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Contamination Survivability, Small Items Equipment. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1998. 1 vol.
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United States. Department of Defense. Department of Defense Nuclear/Biological/Chemical (NBC) Warfare Defense: Annual Report to Congress. Washington, 1998. 1 vol.
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Ahmed, Samina. Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons Program: Turning Points and Nuclear Choices. International Security 23:178-204 Spring 1999.
Bombs, Gas, and Microbes. The Economist 347:23-25 June 6, 1998.
Calder, Peter. The Changing Nature of NBC Defence. Australian Defence Force Journal no.130:55-59 May-June 1998.
Cimbala, Stephen J. Information Warfare and Nuclear Conflict Termination. European Security 7:69-90 Winter 1998.
Morris, Jason L. The Writing on the Wall. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 124:24-27 November 1998.
Palmer, Jennifer. Global Guardian: Training for the Possibility of Nuclear War. Air Force Times 60:14-15 November 8, 1999.
Spiers, Edward M. NBC - Limiting the Scope for Combined Warfare? Defense Analysis 14:29-40 April 1998.
Timmerman, John L. NBC Defense Force Structure for the Marine Corps. Marine Corps Gazette 82:45-46 May 1998.
Ball, Desmond and Malik, Mohan. The Nuclear Crisis in Asia: The Indian and Pakistani Nulcear Programmes. Canberra, Australia, Strategic and Defence Studies
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Book call no.: 355.8251190954 B187n
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
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Book call no.: 327.17470954 Z637s
Burroughs, John. The Legality of Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons: A Guide to the Historic Opinion of the International Court of Justice. Piscataway, NJ, Transaction Publishers, 1998. 169 p.
Book call no.: 341.734 B972L
Cimbala, Stephen J. The Past and Future of Nuclear Deterrence. Westport, CT,
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Book call no.: 327.1747 C573p
Clearwater, John. Canadian Nuclear Weapons: The Untold Story of Canada's Cold War Arsenal. Buffalo, NY, Dundurn Press, 1998. 309p.
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Clearwater, John. Consultation and Authorization for the Use of Nuclear Weapons by Canada. Cambridge, MA, Center for International Studies , March 4, 1998. 2p.
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Cole, Leonard A. The Eleventh Plague: The Politics of Biological and Chemical Warfare. New York, W. H. Freeman, 1997. 284 p.
Book call no.: 358.3 C689e
Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty (1996). Washington, GPO, 1998. 230p.
Book call no.: 327.1747 C737
Ginger, Ann Fagan, ed. Nuclear Weapons are Illegal: The Historic Opinion of the World Court and How It Will Be Enforced. New York, Apex Press, 1998. 561p.
Book call no.: 341.734 N9645
Gray, Coliln S. The Second Nuclear Age. Boulder, CO, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1999. 193 p.
Book call no.: 327.1747 G778s
Hagerty, Devin T. The Consequences of Nuclear Proliferation: Lessons from South Asia. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, 1998. 205p.
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Hall, Gwendolyn M. and others. A Post-Cold War Nuclear Strategy Model. USAF Academy, CO, July 1998. 61p.(Arms Control Series)
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History in Dispute. Detroit, MI, St. James Press, 2000. 1 vol.
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Jones, Rodney W. and others. Tracking Nuclear Proliferation: A Guide in Maps and Charts, 1998. Washington, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1998. 327p.
Book call no.: 355.0217 S741t 1998
Mansbach, Richard W. The Global Puzzle: Issues and Actors in World Politics. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 2000. 573 p.
Chapter 11, The Special Case of Nuclear Weapons, pp 331-367.
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Mazarr, Michael J., ed. Nuclear Weapons in a Transformed World: The Challenge of Virtual Nuclear Arsenals. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1997. 404p.
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Morgan, Karl Z. The Angry Genie: One Man's Walk Through the Nuclear Age. Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press, 1999. 218 p.
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National Research Council. Research Required to Support Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Monitoring. Washington, National Academy Press, 1997. 138p.
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Norris, Kim Richard and Vivian, Carolyn. A Brief Madness: Australia and the Resumption of French Nuclear Testing. Canberra, Australia, Australian National University, 1997. 69p.
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Paul, T. V. and others, eds. The Absolute Weapon Revisited: Nuclear Arms and Emerging International Order. Ann Arbor, MI, University of Michigan Press, 1998. 312p.
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Perkovich, George. India's Nuclear Bomb: The Impact on Global Proliferation. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1999. 597 p.
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Powaski, Ronald E. Return to Armageddon: The United States and the Nuclear Arms Race, 1981-1999. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2000. 294 p.
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Strategic Assessment 1998. Washington, National Defense University, 1998. 283p.
Nuclear Weapons, pp 185-204
Book call no.: R 355.033073 S8981 1998
Tertrais, Bruno. The French Nuclear Deterrent After the Cold War. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 1998. 63p.
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United States. Congress. House. Committee on National Security. Nuclear Terrorism and Countermeasures, Hearing. 104th Congress, 1st session. Washington, GPO, 1998. 297p.
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United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foriegn Relations. Crisis in South Asia: India's Nuclear Tests; Pakistan's Nuclear Tests: India and Pakistan: What Next?, Hearings. 105th Congress, 2d session. Washington, GPO, 1998. 118p.
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Crochet, John M. The Case for Removal of U.S. Non-Strategic Nuclear Forces From Europe. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U.S. Army War College, 1998. 33p.
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DeLawter, Denise A. Nuclear Weapons, Proliferation, and Terrorism: U.S. Response in the Twenty-First Century. Fort Leavenworth, KS, U.S. Army Command and Genral Staff College, 1998. 103p.
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Diggs, D. G. Weapons of Mass Destruction a Network-Centered Threat. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 1998. 20p.
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Headen, Thomas Y. Tactical Nuclear Weapos: Are Tehy Still a Viaable Option in the 21st Century?. Ft. Leavenworth, KS, School of Advanced Military Studies, 1997. 58p. ( )
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Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Missile Proliferation Sanctions: Selected Current Law, prepared by Dianne E.
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Library of Congress. Congressisonal Research Service. Nuclear Weapons Production Capability Issues: Summary of Findings and Choices, by Jonathan
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Masud, Shahid. Arms Control & Disarmament Between India & Pakistan: An Appraisal. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U.S. Army War College, 1998. 21p.
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Moore, Lance A. Countering Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction: Are We Doing Enough?. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U.S. Army War College, 1998. 29p.
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Pierce, Alden D. Morning Calm, Nuclear Sunset: South Korea's Atomic Option. Monterey, CA, Naval Postgraduate School, 1998. 84p.
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Rehbein, David J. Countering the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Case for Strategic Preemption. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U.S. Army War College, 1998. 26p.
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Sharman, Christopher H. Japan's Nuclear Weapons Options and U.S. Security Interests. Monterey, CA, Naval Postgraduate School, 1998. 91p.
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United States. Commission to Assess the Ballistic Missile Threat to the United States. Executive Summary of the Report of the Comission to Assess the Ballistic Missile Threat to the United States. Washington, 1998. 30p.
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United States. Department of Defense. The Militarily Critical Technologies List. Washington, 1998. 1 vol.
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United States. General Accounting Office. Nuclear Weapons: Capabilities of DOE's Limited Life Component Program to Meet Operational Needs. Washington, 1997. 8p.
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United States. General Accounting Office. Nuclear Weapons: U.S. Cooperation with Other Countires. Washington, GAO, 1998. [2p.]
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Wilshusen, John D. Do U.S. Security Commitments Discourage Nuclear Proliferation?. Monterey, CA, Naval Postgraduate School, 1997. 100p.
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Yengst, William C. and others. Nuclear Weapons That Went to War. Alexandria, VA, 1998. 414p.
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Ahrari, Ehsan. Sino-Indian Nuclear Perspectives: So Close, Yet So Far Apart. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:30-33 August 1998.
Ahrari, Ehsan. South Asia Faces the Future with a Clean Strategic Slate. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:31-35 December 1998.
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Albright, David and Hamza, Khidhir. Iraq's Reconstitution of Its Nuclear Weapons Program. Arms Control Today 28:9-15 October 1998.
Atkeson, Edward B. Shudder of Nukes on the Subcontinent. Army 48:18-24 August 1998.
Ayoob, Mohammed. Nuclear India and Indian-American Relations. Orbis 43:59-74 Winter 1999.
Bailey, Kathleen C. and Barish, Franklin D. De-alerting of U.S. Nuclear Forces: A Critical Appraisal. Comparative Strategy 18, no.1:1-12 1999.
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Banerjee, Dipanker. South Aisa Nuclear and Missile Environment. Asian Defense Journal issue 11:6-9 November 1998.
Bedi, Rahul. Interview with Gerogre Fernandes, Indian Defence Minister. Jane's Defence Weekly 29:32 July 1, 1998.
Beres, Louis Rene. Israel, the "Peace Process," and Nuclear Terrorism: Recognizing the Linkages. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 21:59-86 January-March 1998.
Bermudez, Joseph S. Jr. Korea Framework Likely to Survive: New Talks Aimed at Ending Nearly 50 Years of Cold War. Jane's Defence Weekly 31:23 January 27, 1999.
Betts, Richard K. The New Threat of Mass Destruction. Foreign Affairs 77:26-41 January-February 1998.
Bhaskar, C. Uday. Nuclear Weapons and No First Use: Need for Strategic Restraint. Strategic Analysis 22:1455-1465 January 1999.
Bin, Li. Nuclear Missile Delivery Capabilities in Emerging Nuclear States. Science & Global Security 6, no.3:311-331 1997.
Blanche, Ed. Nuclear Reactions. Jane's Defence Weekly 29:22 June 17, 1998.
Blanche, Ed and Lennox, Duncan. Shifting Balance: The Middle East's Expanding Missile Forces are Changing the Region's Military and Security Balance. Jane's Defence Weekly 31:59-60+ March 10, 1999.
Boryczka, Jocelyn M. Cultural and Strategic Factors in South Asian Nuclear Arms Control. Journal of Political and Military Sociology 25:279-303 Winter 1997.
Bunn, Michael and others. Retooliong Russia's Nuclear Cities. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:44-50 July-August 1998.
Cameron, Gavin. Nuclear Terrorism Reconsidered. Current History 99:154-157 April 2000.
Chalmers, Malcolm. "Bombs Away"? Britain and Nuclear Weapons under New Labour. Security Dialogue 30:61-74 March 1999.
Change in Israel's Nuclear Policy? NewsBrief 18:43-45 June 1998.
Chellaney, Brahma. After the Tests: India's Options. Survival 40:93-111 Winter 1998-1999.
Chidambaram, R. India's Nuclear Programme: Essentially Peaceful. India Perspectives 11, Special Issue:14-15+ August-September 1998.
Christman, Al. A New Kind of Officer (CAPT Deak Parsons and the Atomic Bomb in World War II). U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 124:79-80 May 1998.
Chronological Bibliography of Studies Relating to Human Exposures to Ionising Radiation in the Course of Nuclear Weapons Development, 1940-1990. Medicine, Conflict and Survival 13: Supplement 1 October-December 1997.
Chubin, Shahram and Green, Jerrold D. Engaging Iran: A US Strategy. Survival 40:153-169 Autumn 1998.
Cillessen, Bret J. Embracing the Bomb: Ethics, Morality and Nuclear Deterrence in the US Air Force, 1945-1955. The Journal of Strategic Studies 21:96-134 March 1998.
Cimbala, Stephen J. Russia's Nuclear Drawdown: Justice Delayed or Denied? European Security 6:66-84 Autumn 1997.
Cirincione, Joseph. Nuclear Free Fall? The Washington Quarterly 22:17-22 Winter 1999.
Cloughley, Brian. India's and Pakistan's Nuclear Plunge-- The Hardware Opportunities and Challenges. Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter 24:8-9 August-September 1998.
Cohen, Avner. And Then There Was One. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:51-55 July-August 1998.
Cohen, Avner and Pilat, Joseph F. Assessing Virtual Nuclear Arsenals. Survival 40:129-144 Spring 1998.
Copeland, Dale C. Neorealism and the Myth of Bipolar Stability: Towards a New Dynamic Realist Theory of Major War. Security Studies 5:29-89 Spring 1996.
Copley, Gregory. Winning Hearts and Minds Through Nuclear Demostrations of Willpower. Defense & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy 26:4-5 April-May 1998.
Dalton, Toby F. Toward Nuclear Rollback in South Asia. Current History 97:412-417 December 1998.
Delpech, Therese. Nuclear Weapons and the "New World Order": Early Warning From Asia? Survival 40:57-76 Winter 1998-1999.
Dixit, Aabha. Pokhran II: Enhancing Indian Security? Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter 25:8+ January 1999.
Dixit, J. N. The Rationale of India Going Nuclear. India Perspectives 11, Special Issue:40+ August-September 1998.
Doyle, James E. Improving Nuclear Materials Security in the Former Soviet Union: Next Steps for the MPC&A Program. Arms Control Today 28:12-18 March 1998.
Duncan, Andrew. Nuclear Weapons Developments in 1998. Asia-Pacific Defence Reporter 25:38+ January 1999.
Fisher, Richard D. and Dori, John T. The Strategic Implications of China's Nuclear Aid to Pakistan. Executive Memorandum no. 532:1-2 June 16, 1998.
Foran, Virginia. Case for Indo-US High-Technology Cooperation. Survival 40:71-95 Summer 1998.
Friedman, Norman. Thunder Rolls Out of India and Pakistan. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 124:91-92 July 1998.
Galeotti, Mark. Uniting Russia's Nuclear Forces. Jane's Intelligence Review 11:8-9 April 1999.
Garwin, Richard L. The Future of Nuclear Weapons Without Nuclear Testing. Arms Control Today 27:3-11 November-December 1997.
Glaser, Charles L. Flawed Case for Nuclear Disarmament. Survival 40:112-128 Spring 1998.
Godwin, Paul H. B. China's Nuclear Forces: An Assessment. Current History 98:260-265 September 1999.
Gompert, David C. Rethinking the Role of Nuclear Weapons. Strategic Forum no.141:1-4 May 1998.
Gordon, Philip H. Charles de Gaulle and the Nuclear Revolution. Security Studies 5:118-148 Autumn 1995.
Gordon, Sandy. Can the South Asian Nuclear Equation Balance? Aisa-Pacific Defence Reporter 24:6-7 October-November 1998.
Gupta, Amit. South Asian Nuclear Choices: What Type of Force Structures May Emerge? Armed Forces Journal International 136:24+ September 1998.
Gupta, Vipin and Pabian, Frank. Investigating the Allegations of Indian Nuclear Test Preparations in the Rajasthan Desert. Science & Global Security 6, no.2:101-188 1997.
Hamill, James. Nuclear Brinkmanship in South Asia. Comtemporary Review 273:113-119 September 1998.
Hamre, John J. Hamre: Counterproliferation Efforts Must Include Defense Against Cyberattacks, WMD (Weapons of Mass Destruction). Defense Issues 13, issue 44:1-6 1998.
Remarks at the NATO Workshop, Vienna, Austria, Jun 22, 1998.
Hamre, John J. Hamre: Threat Reduction Efforts Continue Despite Waning of Cold War. Defense Issues 13, issue 42:1-9 1998.
Hamre, John J. Present at a New Creation. Defense Issues 13:1-3 October 4, 1998.
Editorial regarding the new Defense Threat Reduction Agency
Hamza, Khidhir. Inside Saddam's Secret Nuclear Program. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:26-33 July-August 1998.
Heisbourg, Francois. Prospects for Nuclear Stability between India and Pakistan. Survival 40:77-92 Winter 1998-1999.
Heuser, Beatrice. Victory in a Nuclear War? A Comparison of NATO and WTO War Aims and Strategies. Contemporary European History 7:311-327 November 1998.
Holland, W. J. Jr. Nuclear Weapons in the Info Age: Who Needs 'Em? U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 125:45-47 January 1999.
Holmes, H. Allen. Domestic Preparedness: U.S. Responses Need Tuning. Defense Issues 13:1-8 1998.
Prepared statement to the Strategic Forces Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Cpmmittee, Mar 26, 1998.
Hough, Harold. Israel Reviews Its Nuclear Deterrent. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:11-13 November 1998.
Howlett, Darryl and others. Surveying the Nuclear Future: Which Way from Here? Contemporary Security Policy 20:5-41 April 1999.
Hu, Richard Weixing. India's Nuclear Bomb and Future Sino-Indian Relations. East Asia 17:40-68 Spring 1999.
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.
Jabko, Nicolas and Weber, Steven. A Certain Idea of Nuclear Weapons: France's Nuclear Nonproliferation Policy in Theoretical Perspective. Security Studies 8:108-150 Autumn 1998.
Joshi, Manoj. From Technology Demonstration to Assured Retaliation: The Making of an Indian Nuclear Doctrine. Strategic Analysis 22:1467-1481 January 1999.
Kamath, P. M. Indian Nuclear Tests, Then and Now: an Analysis of US and Canadian Responses. Strategic Analysis 23:749-762 August 1999.
Kanwal, Gurmeet. Command and Control of Nuclear Weapons. Indian Defence Review 13:56-62 April-June 1998.
Karniol, Robert. Briefing: Military Modernisation in Asia. Jane's Defence Weekly 32:27-31 November 24, 1999.
Karniol, Robert. Interview with Senator Sartaj Aziz, Pakistani Minister for Froeign Affairs. Jane's Defence Weekly 30:32 November 25, 1998.
Karniol, Robert. Vital Aid? Pakistan's Dr. A. Q. Khan Responds to Allegations that His Country Had Outside Help in Developing Its Nuclear Weapons. Jane's Defence Weekly 30:21-22 November 4, 1998.
Karp, Aaron. Indian Ambitions and the Limits of American Influence. Arms Control Today 28:14-21 May 1998.
Kehrley, Kirk L. Working Together for Nuclear Surety. Combat Edge 6:10-12 March 1998.
Kennedy, Harold. A Big Job: Cleaning Up Nation's Nuclear Waste. National Defense 83:24-27 March 1999.
Kennedy, Harold. Russia's Military Decaying Rapidly. National Defense 83:26-27 May-June 1999.
Khan, Ayesha. Pakistan Joins the Club. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:34-35+ July-August 1998.
Khan, M. A. and Bonsignore, Ezio. India and Pakistan Towards Nuclear Power Status. Military Technology 22:8-13 July 1998.
Kitfield, James. Nuclear Adjustments. Air Force Magazine 81:72-75 August 1998.
Kitfield, James and Jacobson, Louis. Fallout. Government Executive 30:14+ May 1998.
Koch, Andrew. Briefing: Strategic Arms Control. Jane's Defence Weekly 32:23-26 October 20, 1999.
Includes section: Non-proliferation: on the way out?
Koch, Andrew and Sidhu, Wageguru Pal Singh. Subcontinental Missiles. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:44-46+ July-August 1998.
Koch, Andrew and Wolf, Jeanette. Iran's Nuclear Procurement Procurement: How Close to the Bomb? The Nonproliferation Review 5:123-135 Fall 1997.
Koch, Andrew R. and Sidhu, W. P. S. South Asia Goes Ballistic, Then Nuclear. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:36-37 June 1998.
Kraig, Michael. Safe or Sorry: The "Y2k Problem" and Nuclear Weapons. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 55:38-43 March-April 1999.
Krepinevich, Andrew F. and Kosiak, Steven M. Smarter Bombs, Fewer Nukes. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:26-32 November-December 1998.
Kutner, Joshua A. Nuclear Terrorism Threat Overwhelms U.S. Shield National Defense 82:30-31 May-June 1998.
Kux, Brian. A Near Miss: The North Korean Nuclear Crisis Security Studies 8:239-263 Autumn 1998.
Lee, Steven. What's Wrong with Nuclear Proliferation? Security Studies 5:164-170 Autumn 1995.
Leibstone, Marvin and Bonsignore, Ezio. US Military vs. Iraq: The "New Warfare". Military Technology 22:6-8+ March 1998.
Levin, Carl. Toward an Agreement with Russia on Missile Defense. Arms Control Today 30:3-7 April 2000.
Mahapatra, Chintamani. American Approach to Sino-Pakistan Nuclear and Missile Cooperation. Strategic Analysis 21:1407-1417 January 1998.
Mahapatra, Chintamani. The US, China, and the Ghauri Missile. Strategic Analysis 22:363-372 June 1998.
Mahmood, Tehmina. UN and Nuclear Issue in South Asia. Pakistan Horizon 51:71-81 April 1998.
Maier, Timothy W. China's U. S. Arsenal. Insight on the News 15:12-13+ April 19, 1999.
Malik, J. Mohan. India Goes Nuclear: Rationale, Benefits, Costs, and Implications. Contemporary Southeast Asia 20:191-215 August 1998.
Manning, Robert A. The Nuclear Age: The Next Chapter. Foreign Policy no.109:70-84 Winter 1997-1998.
Marin-Bosch, Miguel. Getting Rid of Nuclear Weapons. Medcine, Conflict and Survival 13:282-300 October-December 1997.
Mehta, Pratap Bhanu. India: The Nuclear Politics of Self-Esteem Current History 97:403-406 December 1998.
Mohan, C. Raja. India's Nuclear Weapons and the Asian Balance. Indian Defence Review 13:11-19 July-September 1998.
Mohan, C. Raja. A Nuclear India is No Threat to US Interests. India Perspectives 11, Special Issue:54-56 August-September 1998.
Norris, Robert S. and others. Where They Were. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 55:26-35 November/December 1999.
Where the US secretly deployed nuclear bombs and missiles in the past.
Panofsky, Wolfgang K. H. Dismantling the Concept of "Weapons of Mass Destruction". Arms Control Today 28:3-8 April 1998.
Parrington, Alan J. Mutually Assured Destruction Revisited: Strategic Doctrine in Question. Airpower Journal 11:4-19 Winter 1997.
Payne, Keith B. The Case Against Nuclear Abolition and for Nuclear Deterrence. Comparative Strategy 17, no.1:3-43 1998.
Peterson, Gordon I. "Little or No Warning": Bipartisan Commission Warns Congress about Proliferation of Missile Threats. Sea Power 41:19-20+ September 1998.
Polmar, Norman. Where Have All the Nukes Gone? U.S. Naval Institutue Proceedings 124:87-88 November 1998.
Post, Jerrold and Sprinzak, Ehud. Searching for Answers: Why Haven't Terrorist Used Weapons of Mass Destruction? Armed Forces Journal International 135:16-17 April 1998.
Prina, L. Edgar. It Was Only a War Game: But Wild Atom Was Terrifyingly Realistic. Sea Power 41:46-48 November 1998.
Quinlan, Michael. Thinking about Nuclear Weapons. RUSI Journal 142:1-4 December 1997.
Based on a presentation to the Institute on 15 October 1997
Rethinaraj, T. S. Gopi. India's Bomb-Test Scientists Prevail. Jane's Intelligence Review 11:37-39 February 1999.
Rethinaraj, T. S. Gopi. Indian Blasts Surprise the World, but Leave Fresh Doubts. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:19-22 July 1998.
Roberts, Guy B. Reality Check: NATO's Ambitious Response to the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Airpower Journal 11:77-93 Fall 1997.
Robinson, Clarence A. Jr. Missile Technology Access Emboldens Rogue Nations. Signal 53:17-21 April 1999.
Roman, Peter J. Ike's Hair-Trigger: U.S. Nuclear Predelegation, 1953-60. Security Studies 7:121-164 Summer 1998.
Romero, Juan. Charting Reactions to the Islamic Bomb. Jane's Intelligence Review 11:32-37 March 1999.
Russia's Strategic Rocket Forces. Jane's Defence Weekly 31:22-26 February 10, 1999.
Ryukichi, Imai. Renewed Effort to Limit Nuclear Weapons Japan Quarterly 45:23-28 October-December 1998.
Sawhney, Pravin. Force in Waiting: India's Defense Organization Sets Its Sights on the Future. Jane's International Defence Review 31:29-31 June 1998.
Sawhney, Pravin. How Inevitable is an Asian 'Missile Race'? Jane's Intelligence Review 12:30-34 January 2000.
Schell, Jonathan. The Gift of Time. The Nation 266:9-12+ February 2-9 1998.
Schmitt, Michael N. International Court of Justice and the Use of Nuclear Weapons. Naval War College Review 51:91-116 Spring 1998.
Schwartz, Stephen I. and others. Check, Please! The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:34-35 July-August 1998.
Unwise spending on nuclear weapons
Schwartz, Stephen I. China's Nukes: A Phantom Menance. New Perspectives Quarterly 16:38-39 Summer 1999.
Security of the Russian Nukes. Air Force Magazine 81:74-76 February 1998.
Gen Eugene Habiger replies to press questions Nov 4 1997 in Washington
Sethi, Manpreet. Nuclear Disarmament in the 1990s: Finding Paths for the Future. Strategic Analysis 22:181-194 May 1998.
Sethi, Manpreet. The Status of the Nuclear World at the Close of the Century. Strategic Analysis 22:1483-1495 January 1999.
Sharman, Kalpana. The Hindu Bomb. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:30-33 July-August 1998.
Sidhu, W. P. S. High Price Exacted for Pakistan's One-Upmanship. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:28-29 July 1998.
Sidhu, W. P. S. India Sees Safety in Nuclear Triad and Second Strike Potential. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:23-25 July 1998.
Sidhu, W. P. S. Pakistan Puts Its Nuclear Cards on the Table. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:26-27 July 1998.
Sigal, Leon V. Averting A Train Wreck with North Korea. Arms Control Today 28:11-15 November-December 1998.
Simpson, John. Smoke and Mirrors. The World Today 54:178-181 July 1998.
Slocombe, Walter. Is There Still a Role For Nuclear Deterrence? NATO Review 45:23-26 November-December 1997.
Stanton, John J. U.S. Caught in Nuclear Policy Conundrum: Administration Failing to Develop Coherent Strategy for the Future. National Defense 83:32-33 April 1999.
Starr, Barbara. Interview (With US Air Force MajGen Tom Neary, Director of Nuclear and Counterproliferation in the Air and Space Operations Directorate). Jane's Defence Weekly 29:32 January 7 1998.
Steer, Ian. Asia's Rival Reactors a Cause for Concern. Jane's Intelligence Review 10:26-29 October 1998.
Surikov, Anton. Some Aspects of Russian Armed Forces Reform. European Security 6:49-65 Autumn 1997.
Talbott, Strobe. Dealing with the Bomb in South Asia. Foreign Affairs 78:110-122 March-April 1999.
Tertrais, Bruno. The French Nuclear Deterrent: After the Cold War. Indian Defence Review 13:52-84 July-September 1998.
Thayer, Bradley A. Nuclear Weapons as a Faustian Bargain. Security Studies 5:149-163 Autumn 1995.
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Tsipis, Kosta and Morrison, Philip. All to the Sea. The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 54:48-49 March-April 1998.
Umbach, Frank. World Gets Wise to Pyoungyang's Nuclear Blackmail. Jane's Intelligence ReviewPart 1: September 1999, vol 11, pp 33-36. Part 2: October 1999, vol 11, pp 35-39.
Vajpayee, Atal Bihari. Nuclear India is Now a Reality, Not a Conferment We Seek. India Perspectives 11, Special Issue:2+ August-September 1998.
Statement made by Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in Parliament on May 27, 1998
Venter, Al. Watching the Radioactive Detectives Jane's International Defense Review 32:71+ September 9, 1999.
Walker, William. International Nuclear Relations After the Indian and Pakistani Test Explosion. International Affairs 74:505-528 July 1998.
Walsh, Jim. Surprise Down Under: The Secret History of Australia's Nuclear Ambitions. The Nonproliferation Review 5:1-20 Fall 1997.
Warner, Daniel. The Nuclear Weapons Decision by the Internatioal Court of Justice: Locating the Raison Behind Raison D'Etat. Millennium 27, no.2:299-324 1998.
Warner, Edward L. III. Why We Still Need Deterrence. Air Force Magazine 81:81-82 July 1998.
Portions of a statement delivered to the Senate Armed Services Strategic Forces Subcommittee on March 31, 1998
Weible, Jack. States Selected to Host Rapid-Assessment Teams. Air Force Times 58:8 June 8, 1998.
Why South Asia Went Nuclear. Newsbrief 18:41-43 June 1998.
Wilkening, Dean A. Future of Russia's Strategic Nuclear Force. Survival 40:89-111 Autumn 1998.
Wilson, George C. Iraq's Shell Game With Nuclear Plans. Air Force Times 58:26 March 30 1998.
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Zorpette, Glenn and Beardsley, Tim. How India and Pakistan Got the Bomb. Scientific American 279:15-16 August 1998.
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