ed by. Frank Blackaby, Jozef Goldblat, Sverre Lodgaard ; Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
London : Taylor and Francis
IX, 151 p. ; 23 cm
The debate on no-first-use of nuclear weapons has been conducted on a number of fronts. First use of nuclear weapons has come under challenge from many different directions: from church synods, from international lawyers, in debates at the United Nations, and from strategic thinkers. This book takes stock for and against no-first-use and examines the political, military and arms control implications of such a commitment.
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