Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Time for Control

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Research Reports / Rapports de recherche

Costs of Disarmament—Rethinking the Price Tag: A Methodological Inquiry into the Cost and Benefits of Arms Control, by Susan Willett, 2002, 70p., United Nations publication, Sales No. GV.E.02.0.3.

Missile Defence, Deterrence and Arms Control: Contradictory Aims or Compatible Goals?, in cooperation with Wilton Park, 2002, 39p., United Nations publication, UNIDIR/2002/4.

Disarmament as Humanitarian Action—A discussion on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), in cooperation with the United Nations Department for Disarmament Affairs (DDA), 2001, 24p., United Nations publication, UNIDIR/2001/23.

Cooperating for Peace in West Africa: An Agenda for the 21st Century, by Anatole Ayissi (ed.), 2001, 159p., United Nations publication, Sales No. GV.E/F.01.0.19 / Coopération pour la paix en Afrique de l'Ouest : Agenda pour le XXIème siècle, sous la direction d'Anatole Ayissi, 2001, 169p., publication des Nations Unies, numéro de vente: GV.E/F.01.0.19.

Illicit Trafficking in Firearms: Prevention and Combat in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil—A National, Regional and Global Issue, by Péricles Gasparini Alves, 2000, 66p., United Nations publication, Sales No. GV.E.01.0.2.

Tactical Nuclear Weapons: A Perspective from Ukraine, by A. Shevtsov, A. Yizhak, A. Gavrish and A. Chumakov, 2001, 95p., United Nations publication, Sales No. GV.E.01.0.1.

Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Options for Control, by William C. Potter, Nikolai Sokov, Harald Müller and Annette Schaper, 2000, 87p., United Nations publication, Sales No. GV.E.00.0.21.

Bound to Cooperate: Conflict, Peace and People in Sierra Leone, by Anatole Ayissi and Robin-Edward Poulton (eds), 2000, 213p., United Nations publication, Sales No. GV.E.00.0.20.

Coming to Terms with Security: A Lexicon for Arms Control, Disarmament and Confidence-Building, by Steve Tulliu and Thomas Schmalberger, 2000, 246p., United Nations publication, Sales No. GV.E.00.0.12.

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