The Tradition of Non-Use of Nuclear Weapons

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgmentsvii
1Introduction1
2Bases of the Tradition of Non-Use15
3The United States and the Tradition I: The Truman and Eisenhower Years (1945–1961)38
4The United States and the Tradition II: Kennedy to Clinton (1961–2001)64
5Russia, Britain, France, China, and the Tradition92
6The Second-Generation Nuclear States: Israel, India, Pakistan, and the Tradition124
7Nonnuclear States, the Tradition, and Limited Wars143
8The Tradition and the Nonproliferation Regime158
9Changing U.S. Policies and the Tradition178
10Conclusions197
Notes217
Select Bibliography277
Index305

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: Bases of the Tradition of Non-Use 15
  • 3: The United States and the Tradition I 38
  • 4: The United States and the Tradition II 64
  • 5: Russia, Britain, France, China, and the Tradition 92
  • 6: The Second-Generation Nuclear States 124
  • 7: Nonnuclear States, the Tradition, and Limited Wars 143
  • 8: The Tradition and the Nonproliferation Regime 158
  • 9: Changing U.S. Policies and the Tradition 178
  • 10: Conclusions 197
  • Reference Matter 215
  • Notes 217
  • Select Bibliography 277
  • Index 305
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