6 edition of Containing Missile Proliferation found in the catalog.
January 31, 2005
by University of Washington Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
April By Leonard S. Spector. With North Korea conducting multiple flight tests of missiles that can carry nuclear payloads to the United States and Iran testing intermediate-range missile systems at will, an observer might conclude that the current map of global missile developments shows a lawless landscape of missile proliferation run amok. After reverse engineering, these missiles were domestically produced, and this, according to Dinshaw Mistry’s book Containing Missile Proliferation, paved the way for the development of larger, more sophisticated weapons. This made North Korea not only self-sufficient, but also a new competitor in the international arms market and a.
Ballistic and Cruise Missile Threat , Defense Intelligence Ballistic Missile Analysis Committee, June (reported by Bloomberg News) Ballistic and Cruise Missile Threat, National Air and Space Intelligence Center, NASIC , June Proposed U.S. Missile Defense Assets in Europe, Missile Defense Agency, J This is an essential resource on nuclear proliferation, comprehensively documenting the spread of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons as well as their aircraft and missile delivery systems. In addition to providing detailed descriptions of the capabilities of various states, it contains valuable analyses of the technologies necessary to Author: Bradley A. Thayer.
Missile Contagion: Cruise Missile Proliferation and the Threat to International Security by Dennis M. Gormley. Praeger Security International, , pp. A leading expert on cruise missile proliferation, Dennis Gormley has written a highly readable volume that presents clearly and concisely his concern that cruise missiles are on the edge of becoming a primary threat to international stability. Nuclear proliferation is the spread of nuclear weapons, fissionable material, and weapons-applicable nuclear technology and information to nations not recognized as "Nuclear Weapon States" by the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, commonly known as the Non-Proliferation Treaty or eration has been opposed by many nations with and without nuclear weapons, as.
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Mistry’s book is the first comprehensive study of the MTCR and of international efforts to contain missile proliferation.
Policymakers, scholars, and the general reader will find this book a valuable contribution to the subjects of arms control, ballistic missile proliferation, multilateral cooperation, and international security by: Mistry's book is the first comprehensive study of the MTCR and of international efforts to contain missile proliferation.
Policymakers, scholars, and the general reader will find this book a valuable contribution to the subjects of arms control, ballistic missile proliferation, multilateral cooperation, and international security regimes.
Dennis Gormley's "Missile Contagion," which draws on the author's extensive experience of working "the cruise missile issue," provides unique insights into technical dimensions and strategic implications of cruise missile proliferation.
The book's detailed examination of regional signs of cruise missile "contagion" - as more and more countries increase efforts to procure, factor into doctrines, and accept Cited by: Mistry s book is the first comprehensive study of the MTCR and of international efforts to contain missile proliferation.
Policymakers, scholars, and the general reader will find this book a valuable contribution to the subjects of arms control, ballistic missile proliferation, multilateral cooperation, and international security regimes. Containing Missile Proliferation: Strategic Technology, Security Regimes, and International Cooperation in Arms ControlCited by: Mistry's book is the first comprehensive study of the MTCR and of international efforts to contain missile proliferation.
Policymakers, scholars, and the general reader will find this book a valuable Containing Missile Proliferation book to the subjects of arms control, ballistic missile proliferation, multilateral cooperation, and international security : Dinshaw Mistry.
Dinshaw Mistry is the author of Containing Missile Proliferation ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Us-India Nuclear Agreement /5. Proliferation: The Theoretical Foundations of the MTCR International efforts to contain missile proliferation originated in the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR).
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Mistry, Dinshaw. This book is a warning to policymakers. It is not too late to confront the realities of cruise missile proliferation and to devise international responses that could contain the worst possible s: 1.
Proliferation: Threat and Response - Ebook written by William S. Cohen. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Proliferation: Threat and Response.
His new book, North Korean Military Proliferation in the Middle East and Africa: Enabling Violence and Instability (University Press of Kentucky, ), uses open-source intelligence reports.
Containing missile proliferation: strategic technology, security regimes, and international cooperation in arms control. [Dinshaw Mistry] -- The proliferation of ballistic missiles that can deliver weapons of mass destruction halfway across the world is a matter of growing urgency and concern, as is the fate of agreements limiting the.
Exploring Linkages among Missile Proliferation, Missile Defense, and Space Security BY JAMES CLAY MOLTZ A lthough missiles, missile defense technology, and space issues are intricately related, most policy analysis tends to treat each in a separate category.
This tendency causes policymakers to miss the linkages. Containing missile proliferation: strategic technology, security regimes, and international cooperation in arms control. Mistry is author of two major books. The first, Containing Missile Proliferation, is a comprehensive study of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) and its impact on 14 missile programs; it also analyzes the supply-side approach to nonproliferation.
After first assessing the state of ballistic missile proliferation in the Middle East, South Asia, and Northeast Asia, Dennis Gormley identifies the factors shaping the spread of cruise missiles in these regions.
He includes the specialized knowledge needed for missile development, narrative messages about reasons for acquiring cruise missiles, and international norms of state behavior about.
Ballistic missile proliferation is a significant concern in the Middle East. Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan have closely associated themselves with the United States. These nations are targets of American adversaries such as Iran, Syria, and terrorist groups.
nuclear disarmament, the reduction and limitation of the various nuclear weapons in the military forces of the world's nations. The atomic bombs dropped () on Japan by the United States in World War II demonstrated the overwhelming destructive potential of nuclear weapons and the threat to humanity posed by the possibility of nuclear war and led to calls for controls on or elimination of.
Beyond the MTCR Building a Comprehensive Regime to Contain Ballistic Missile Proliferation Dinshaw Mistry The proliferation of ballistic missiles has been a major international security concern for many years.' Efforts to address this concern, centered on the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), have had a mixed record.2 The MTCR seeks to curb.Book Review: Dinshaw Mistry, Containing Missile Proliferation: Strategic Technology, Security Regime August Millennium - Journal of International Studies Timothy W.
Crawford.22 Kim Min‐seok, ‘Seoul Has Longer‐range Cruise Missile’, JoongAng IIbo (Internet version, in English), 21 September 23 For a useful treatment, see Dinshaw Mistry, Containing Missile Proliferation (Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, ), 15–