- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Online publication date: June 2018
- Print publication year: 2018
- Online ISBN: 9781316681671
Every nuclear weapons program for decades has relied extensively on illicit imports of nuclear-related technologies. This book offers the most detailed public account of how states procure what they need to build nuclear weapons, what is currently being done to stop them, and how global efforts to prevent such trade could be strengthened. While illicit nuclear trade can never be stopped completely, effective steps to block illicit purchases of nuclear technology have sometimes succeeded in slowing nuclear weapons programs and increasing their costs, giving diplomacy more chance to work. Hence, this book argues, preventing illicit transfers wherever possible is a key element of an effective global non-proliferation strategy.
Gareth Evans - Former Australian Foreign Minister, Co-chair of the International Commission on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament and co-author of Nuclear Weapons: The State of Play
Mohamed ElBaradei - Former Director General, International Atomic Energy Agency
Scott D. Sagan - Caroline S. G. Munro Professor of Political Science, Stanford University
Sam Nunn - Former Senator, co-chairman of the Nuclear Threat Initiative
Robert Einhorn - The Brookings Institution
Douglas Frantz - Deputy Secretary-General, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
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