Arms Control After Iraq: Normative and Operational Challenges
Editor Sidhu, Waheguru Pal Singh
Title Arms Control After Iraq: Normative and Operational Challenges Publication Date 2006 Place of Publication Tokyo Publisher UNU Press Pages x,452 Language eng Abstract
The stated reason for invading Iraq was its alleged clandestine pursuit of weapons of mass destruction in defiance of UN resolutions. Even though the allegation was proven false, the international community remains preoccupied with the threat of the proliferation and use of such terrible weapons. The questions discussed in this book include doctrinal issues regarding the use of force in general; the implications of a shift in the utility of nuclear weapons from deterrence to compliance and of a focus on non-proliferation to the neglect of disarmament; the place and role of the United Nations in controlling the spread and use of WMD; the regional dynamics of proliferation concerns in North-east Asia and the Middle East; and the threats posed by the possible acquisition of nuclear weapons and missiles by non-state actors.--Publisher's ddescription.
Copyright Holder UNU Press Copyright Year 2006 Copyright type Creative commons
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