AUTHORSolingen, Etel, Ed.
TITLESanctions, Statecraft, and Nuclear Proliferation
PUBLISHERCambridge University Press
CITYCambridge, England

This work focuses on the problems associated with the prevention of nuclear proliferation encountered by the international community. Its main emphasis is on experiences during the period from the 1990s through 2009 and involving Iraq, Iran, Libya, and North Korea (DPRK). Chapters are arranged topically in four parts. The first part provides an overview of sanctions as they have been applied to the four countries above. The second part looks at the full range of methods to induce those nations to abandon their nuclear programs. Part three considers the effects of positive inducements and sanctions during the period of focus, and the final section examines ten dilemmas in nonproliferation diplomacy. The editor and chapter authors are political scientists from U.S. universities and think tanks.

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