Nonproliferation Norms: Why States Choose Nuclear Restraint

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INDEX
Abdel Rahman, Ibrahim Hilmy, 106, 108
Abe, Shinzo, 59, 75–76, 88, 239n123
ACRS (Working Group on Arms Control & Regional Security), 123–24, 135
Adenauer, Konrad, 185–87, 193, 196
African NWFZ, 125, 153
Albright, Madeline, 72
Al-Jamahiriya (newspaper), 160
Aly, Kamal Hassan, 248n125, 249n128
Amer, Abdel Hakim, 108, 111, 245n66
Anderson, Lisa, 168
antinuclear norm: activation of, 48; development, promotion, and support of, 35–37, 202–3, 215–16; and domestic policies, 212; in Egypt, 120–28; in Germany, 185, 188–89, 192, 195, 198– 99; in Japan, 54–57, 59–61, 71–76, 79, 84–85, 92; in Sweden, 181, 184
Arab League, 102–3, 124–26, 129, 213
Arab Republic of Egypt. See Egypt
Arafat, Yasir, 159
Argentina, 7, 162, 221
Arnett, Eric, 174, 176, 212
Article 9, of Japanese Peace Constitution, 54–55, 62, 74, 86
Asahi Shimbun (newspaper), 63, 76
Aso, Taro, 60 attitude change: and constructivism, 17, 143; and similarity, 219–20; as social psychology concept, 3, 16; and subjective norms, 41
Atoms for Peace, 106
Australia, 14, 123, 221
Badri, Salim al-, 159
Baradei, Mohamed El, 165
Barnett, Michael, 113, 119–20
Beaton, Leonard, 197
Begin, Menachem, 101
behavioral change: mechanisms of, 17–19, 46–47; and normative influences, 40–42, 46–47, 49–50, 163–69, 221; as social psychology concept, 2–3, 216–17
Belarus, 7, 163
Belgium, nuclear cooperation of, with Egypt, 121
Berger, Thomas, 55, 199, 209
Berlusconi, Silvio, 154
Blix, Hans, 153
Boese, Wade, 189
Bolton, John, 213
Boyer, Paul, 35
Brazil, 7, 162, 214–15
Brewer, M. B., 18
Britain: and Libya, 153–55, 163–64; nuclear cooperation of, with Egypt, 121
Brown, R. J., 18
Bungei Shunju (periodical), 67
Bunn, George, 218
Bush, George W., 73, 77–78, 168, 215, 218, 220

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