Security at Sea: Naval Forces and Arms Control

Pirmais vāks
Oxford University Press, 1990 - 301 lappuses
Since the Second World War five navies are known to have acquired nuclear weapons, and naval forces and activities around the world have become increasingly important and dangerous. However, there has been no serious consideration of naval arms control for more than forty years. SIPRI gatheredtogether a group of experts from eight nations to consider the problems of naval forces and the possibilities for arms control. This book is a product of that conference, and it presents for the first time a broad and detailed assessment of the dangers of the naval arms race, problems with armscontrol, possible approaches, confidence-building measures, and verification technologies.
 

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Saturs

Naval forces and arms control
3
Annexes
4
Challenges
10
Confidencebuilding measures
28
Conclusions and recommendations
34
history and observations
43
Notes and references
58
dangers and risks
64
Notes and references
143
Arms control and the law of the sea
150
Notes and references
156
Notes and references
184
The Seabed Treaty and arms control
187
Notes and references
199
Notes and references
216
Elements of a multilateral agreement
222

Notes and references
76
the strategic background
91
Notes and references
100
Notes and references
116
practical
118
Notes and references
132
Notes and references
237
Annexe A Official Soviet and US views on naval forces
241
Annexe B Current international agreements relevant
256
Agreement between the Federal Republic of Germany and the USSR
262
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Par autoru (1990)

Richard Fieldhouse is at Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.

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