Prohibitions and Controls of Weapon Production 1
In the previous chapter, I attempted to provide some sort of analytical framework by which we might more fully appreciate the implications of moving from measures known as arms control to those involving the actual reduction or elimination of arms. Whereas Part II dealt with some possible techniques for stabilizing the environment without placing any prohibitions on the production, possession, or dissemination and deployment of nuclear and missile components, this part seeks to go one step further along the arms-policy continuum, and the previous chapter should have helped us to appreciate the nature of this transition. In the next two chapters we shall look, first, at the prohibition of weapon production (or as it might be called, the elimination of future weapons) and, then, at weapon possession (or the elimination of existing weapons). Here our focus will be primarily on____________________
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Publication information: Book title: Deterrence, Arms Control, and Disarmament:Toward a Synthesis in National Security Policy. Contributors: J. David Singer - Author. Publisher: Ohio State University Press. Place of publication: Columbus, OH. Publication year: 1962. Page number: 192.
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