Toward a Diplomatic Action Plan on Nuclear Issues
by Chester A. Crocker
Publisher: Hoover Institution Press 2009
Number of pages: 50
Toward a Diplomatic Action Plan on Nuclear Issues was undertaken in order to explore the elements of a U.S. diplomatic strategy for moving toward a world order that reduces the role of nuclear weapons and prevents their further spread beyond today’s nuclear weapon states.
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