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By Joseph F. Pilat, Robert E. Pendley (auth.), Joseph F. Pilat, Robert E. Pendley (eds.)

As a follow-up to Beyond 1995: the way forward for NPT released in 1990, this compilation offers the main matters to be addressed on the 1995 NPT evaluate and Extension convention. well known educational and diplomatic specialists from world wide give a contribution unique essays and deal with questions resembling: - Will the NPT be confronted with a basic challege to its life? - Will the treaty be allowed to lapse? - Will states withdraw? - Will the NPT be succeeded by means of another treaty or regime?

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It is an interesting development that the United States and the NATO countries tried very hard to have Boris Yeltsin's Russia recognized and legitimized as the successor to both the rights and obligations (as well as the problems) of the former Soviet Union. Otherwise, the chaos that might emerge would be very serious for the United States because of the many missiles targeted at the United States, and for NATO countries primarily because of the danger that tens of millions of economic and political refugees would cross into Germany and (along with the Turks and ex-Yugoslavs) spread into the rest of western Europe.

The process leading to the Gorbachev-Reagan summit is well described in Don Oberdorfer, The Turn: From the Cold War to a New Era (New York: Poseidon Press, 1991). 6. The Center for Science and International Affairs of Harvard University's JFK School (led by then CSIA director Ashton B. Carter) held an international seminar on the handling of former Soviet nuclear weapons in December 1992 in Cambridge. The outcome has been compiled in Cooperative Denuclearization, from Pledges to Deeds (Cambridge, Masschusetts: CSIA, 1993).

3. IAEA, GC(XXXV)/RES/567. 4. IAEA, GC(XXXVII)/J 075, para. 28. 5. , para. 32. 6. Much can be accomplished here through interagency learning. The IAEA, in principle, could consider some new aspects of verification (such as challenge inspections) provided for by the Chemical Weapons Convention. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Nonproliferation Organizations and Regimes beyond 1995 19 would greatly benefit not only from the agency's practical experience in conducting safeguards but also in administrative, budgetary, and other matters.

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