AUTHORMcArdle Kelleher, Catherine / Reppy, Judith, Eds.
TITLEGetting to Zero: The Path to Nuclear Disarmament
PUBLISHERStanford Security Studies
CITYStanford, CA

The chapters in this edited volume address what the global elimination of nuclear weapons will mean to existing institutions, issues, and practices around the world. The focus is on near-term changes required for nuclear states to make nuclear disarmament an urgent priority. Following an introduction by William Perry, former U.S. Secretary of Defense, the chapters by experts and policy makers are organized into five major sections: 1) a historical review of the nuclear zero movement; 2) past decisions and future perspectives of the nuclear weapons states on disarmament; 3) the policies of regional powers regarding nuclear weapons; 4) issues and constraints confronting all nations; and 5) future actions to free the world of nuclear weapons. Chapters are followed by endnotes and the book includes brief biographies of the contributors.

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