|Preface by Patricia Lewis||v|
|Statement by Former President Mikhail Gorbachev||ix|
|Part I — The 1991 Declaration and the Evolving Security Framework||1|
|Chapter 1 Advantages and Disadvantages of Unilateral Arms Control Policy|
|Chapter 2 An Update on Efforts to Reduce Tactical Nuclear Weapons|
|William C. Potter||7|
|Chapter 3 Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Terrorism|
|Chapter 4 Fuel for the Fire: Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Terrorism|
|Chapter 5 Security of Nuclear Materials and Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons|
|Frank von Hippel||25|
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Publication information: Book title: Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Time for Control. Contributors: Taina Susiluoto - Editor. Publisher: United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research. Place of publication: Geneva. Publication year: 2002. Page number: iii.
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