By J. Russell
The proliferation of guns of mass destruction (WMD) is an enormous problem and the center East is on the leading edge of U.S.-led efforts to counter and keep watch over their unfold. This very important booklet examines particular nations and the interaction between political, fiscal, cultural and nearby elements riding judgements even if to procure WMD. the result's more suitable knowing of the problem proliferation poses to U.S. method and coverage and to the broader overseas neighborhood.
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Meir explained to Nixon why Israel had been compelled to develop its nuclear capability, and why it could not sign the NPT, but also continued to pledge that Israel would not declare itself a nuclear power. Meir made no formal change in Israel’s declaratory commitment not to be the first to introduce nuclear weapons to the region. It was understood that operationally, under the new circumstances, Israel would not test, not declare itself a nuclear weapons state, and not waive its nuclear status capability for diplomatic gains.
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Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Middle East: Directions and Policy Options in the New Century (Initiatives in Strategic Studies: Issues and Policies) by J. Russell