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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
WMD Arms Control in the Middle East : Prospects, Obstacles and Options.
Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Ltd, ©2015
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Harald Müller; Daniel Müller
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Contents: Foreword, Camille Grand; Preface, Jacek Bylica; Introduction, Harald Muller and Daniel Muller. Part I Setting the Stage: The regional security environment and basic principles for the relations of the members of the zone, Nabil Fahmy; The main elements of a WMD-free zone in the Middle East, Mohamed I. Shaker; Assessing the relevance of nuclear CBMs to a WMD arms control process in the Middle East today, Emily B. Landau; The Iran nuclear dilemma: the peaceful use of nuclear energy and the NPT's main objectives, Seyed Hossein Mousavian; Basic principles for a process leading to the establishment of a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction, Harald Muller. Part II Arms Control Approaches in the Middle East: Taking Stock: A zone free of WMD and means of delivery in the Middle East: the multilateral diplomatic process, 1974-2010, Benjamin Hautecouverture and Raphaelle Mathiot; Status of non-proliferation treaties, agreements, and other related instruments in the Middle East, David Santoro; The Arms Control and Regional Security Working Group: still relevant to the Middle East?, Peter Jones. Part III Assessing Regional Capabilities, Challenges and Opportunities: Nuclear Matters: Nuclear capabilities in the Middle East, Mark Fitzpatrick; Peaceful uses of nuclear energy in the Middle East: multilateral nuclear approaches, Giorgio Franceschini; A Middle East regional arrangement on securing radiological agents as a CSBM: a common interest in preventing radiological terrorism, Nilsu Goren and Aviv Melamud; Promoting nuclear safety and nuclear security in the Middle East region, Mark Fitzpatrick. Chemical and Biological Matters: Biological and chemical weapons and the prospective disarmament process in the Middle East, Jean Pascal Zanders; Building confidence towards a MEWMDFZ via a chemical weapons ban, Dina Esfandiary; Building confidence over biological matters in the Middle East, Una Becker-Jakob; Towards WMDFZ in the Middle East: biological confidence-building measures, David Friedman. Conventional Weapons, Missiles, and Other Means of Delivery: Conventional strategic military capabilities in the Middle East, Pieter D. Wezeman; The dynamics of missile proliferation in the Middle East and North Africa, Stephane Delory; Missiles and other means of delivery in the Middle East, Uzi Rubin; The issue of `delivery systems' in a Middle East zone free of weapons of mass destruction, Carlo Trezza; A Middle East free of missiles and weapons of mass destruction: an Iranian view, Nasser Hadian and Shani Hormozi; Coping with military asymmetries in the Middle East: a framework for missile-related confidence- and security-building measures, Bernd W. Kubbig. Part IV Arms Control and Regional Security Matters: The Middle East regional security regime and CSBMs, Shlomo Brom; Arms control in times of transition - Egypt, Daniel Muller; Making peace attractive: emphasizing the benefits of a negotiated agreement between Israel and the Palestinians, Claudia Baumgart-Ochse; The regional security architecture and other confidence-building measures, Peter Jones. Part V In Lieu of Conclusion: Some reflections on confidence-building measures in the Middle East, Sinan Ulgen; A Middle East zone free of weapons of mass destruction - (still) a topic for a Helsinki meeting?, Hans Blix; Tiptoe, stride and leap: steps towards a WMD-free Middle East, Patricia M. Lewis; A weapons of mass destruction-free zone in the Middle East: an incremental approach, Harald Muller and Claudia Baumgart-Ochse. Index.|
|Series Title:||Ashgate Plus series in international relations and politics.|
|Other Titles:||Weapons of mass destruction arms control in the Middle East|
|Responsibility:||[edited] by Harald Müller and Daniel Müller.|
`A Middle East free of nuclear, and other weapons of mass destruction, has been discussed for nearly forty long years without fruition. This impressive volume by stellar contributors provides
- Arms control -- Middle East.
- Weapons of mass destruction -- Government policy -- Middle East.
- Middle East -- Military policy.
- EU Non-Proliferation Consortium.
- Middle East -- Foreign relations -- Europe.
- Europe -- Foreign relations -- Middle East.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Government -- International.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- International Relations -- General.