On-Site Inspection in Theory and Practice: A Primer on Modern Arms Control Regimes

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Acronyms and Abbreviations

ABACC

Agency for Accounting and Control of Nuclear Materials (Argentina and Brazil)

ACDA

Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

ACI&C

(DoD) Office of Arms Control Implementation and Compliance

ACIS

Arms Control Intelligence Staff

ACIU

Arms Control Implementation Unit

AEDS

Atomic Explosion Detection System

AFB

Air Force Base

ALCM

Air-Launched Cruise Missile

ATTU

Atlantic to the Urals (CFE Region of Application)

BCC

Bilateral Consultative Commission

BIC

Bilateral Implementation Commission (of START II)

BVC

Baghdad Monitoring and Verification Center

BWC

Biological Weapons Convention

CCCW

Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons

CD

Conference on Disarmament

CDE

(Stockholm Conference on) Confidence (and Security-Building Measures and) Disarmament in Europe

CFE

Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (Treaty)

CFE IA

Concluding Act of the Negotiation on Personnel Strength of CFE

CIS

Commonwealth of Independent States

CMTS

Comprehensive Monitoring and Tracking System

CORRTEX

Continuous Reflectometry for Radius Versus Time Experiment

CRG

Compliance Review Group

CSBM

Confidence- and Security-Building Measure

CSCE

Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe

CTBT

Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty

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