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Carter and arms sales : implementing the Carter administration's arms transfer restraint policy

Author: Joanna Spear
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Press, 1995.
Series: Southampton studies in international policy.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Carter Administration established an arms transfer restraint policy known as PD-13. Barely two years later the PD-13 policy had for the most part been abandoned and arms sales levels were creeping back up towards Nixon-era levels. Why, then, did the Carter Administration's conventional arms transfer restraint policy fail? What can be learnt from that failure? Using the theoretical lens of the implementation  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joanna Spear
ISBN: 0312126816 9780312126810
OCLC Number: 32051448
Description: xiv, 246 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Implementation --
2. The Governmental Arena --
3. The Domestic Political Arena --
4. The International Arena: The Arms Market --
5. The Conventional Arms Transfer Policy --
6. Implementation Structures --
7. The Conventional Arms Transfer Talks --
8. The Implementation of the Ceiling Policy --
9. The Implementation of Controls 2-6 --
10. Conclusions.
Series Title: Southampton studies in international policy.
Responsibility: Joanna Spear.

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The Carter Administration established an arms transfer restraint policy known as PD-13. Barely two years later the PD-13 policy had for the most part been abandoned and arms sales levels were creeping back up towards Nixon-era levels. Why, then, did the Carter Administration's conventional arms transfer restraint policy fail? What can be learnt from that failure? Using the theoretical lens of the implementation approach, this book examines the origins, context, development and fate of the Administration's conventional arms transfer restraint policy.

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