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Individual chapters address: how nuclear weapons in Saddam Hussein's hands could have altered the outcome of the Gulf War; the ways that American diplomacy and international arms control could meet the dangers posed by new nuclear nations; U.S. military options for dealing with the nuclear weapons and delivery systems of new proliferators; the role and limitations of intelligence in penetrating hostile nuclear programs; and the circumstances--if any--under which the United States should provide technical assistance to increase the safety of emerging nuclear arsenals.
A comprehensive analytical effort, New Nuclear Nations peers into a dangerous new world that could soon confront the United States and concludes with a series of specific policy recommendations for coping with the threat.
|1||Introduction: Understanding the Problem||3|
|2||New Nuclear Threats to U.S. Security||20|
|3||Arms Control for New Nuclear Nations||53|
|5||Assistance to Newly Proliferating Nations||97|
|6||Implications for U.S. Military Strategy||135|
|7||Offensive Military Options||162|
|8||Defenses Against New Nuclear Threats||196|
|9||The Role of Intelligence||216|
|10||Conclusions and Recommendations||253|