6 edition of Nonproliferation Sanctions found in the catalog.
April 25, 2001
by RAND Corporation
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||298|
The Eroding Value of Nonproliferation Sanctions. By Nicholas L. Miller. Print. Is the threat of sanctions a deterrent to nuclear proliferation? Academic theory suggests deterrence should hold when the potential proliferator believes the threat of sanctions is credible, when the sanctions are powerful enough to outweigh the benefits of seeking. I attempted to do a lot in this book—offering theories both of the sources and effectiveness of U.S. nonproliferation policy, analyzing 35 years of U.S policy change, quantitatively analyzing the impact of U.S. nonproliferation sanctions policy, delving deeply into four cases of U.S. nonproliferation diplomacy, and throwing in a variety of.
nonproliferation sanctions. This study begins with a review of the objectives and provisions of the various U.S. nonproliferation sanctions laws. The legal provisions are compared at each step of the sanctions process. The study then reviews the history of the application of sanctions against pro-liferation, and the problems revealed by the. sanctions, thus rendering the observed success rate of nonproliferation sanctions low. I find support for the argument based on statistical analysis of a global sample of countries from , an original dataset of U.S. nonproliferation sanctions episodes, and qualitative analysis of the South Korean and Taiwanese nuclear weapons by:
Select articles from the Nonproliferation Review, CNS’s peer-reviewed journal, offer a comprehensive view of the Iranian nuclear program, its geopolitical and military context, and efforts to curb it, including various perspectives on the decade of negotiations that led to the agreement. In the past decade, governments have increasingly relied on financial sanctions to counter the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. By targeting not only individuals and entities involved in illicit activities, but also banks that allow transactions to occur, financial sanctions were expected to stanch the flow of funds that support proliferation and compel compliance with.
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United Nations Non-Proliferation Sanctions on Iran Authors: Enrico Carisch, Loraine Rickard-Martin. Nonproliferation sanctions. [Richard Speier; Brian G Chow; S Rae Starr] -- The danger of proliferation--of nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) weapons and missiles for their delivery.
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See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: Miller, Nicholas L. The Secret Success of Nonproliferation ational Organization, Vol.
68, Issue. 4, p. The Non-Proliferation sanctions program represents the implementation of multiple legal authorities. Some of these authorities are in the form of executive orders issued by the President. Other authorities are public laws (statutes) passed by The Congress. The Iran, North Korea, and Syria Nonproliferation Act authorizes the United States to impose sanctions against foreign individuals, private entities, and governments that engage in proliferation activities.
Arms Control and Nonproliferation: A Catalog of Treaties and Agreements Congressional Research Service 1 Introduction National Security, Arms Control, and Nonproliferation For much of the past century, U.S. national security strategy focused on several core, interrelated objectives.
Building on the rationalist literature on sanctions, this article argues that economic and political sanctions are a successful tool of nonproliferation policy, but that selection effects have rendered this success largely by: Sanctions, inducements, and market power: political economy of international influence Arthur A.
Stein; 3. Empirical trends in sanctions and positive inducements in nonproliferation Celia L. Reynolds and Wilfred T. Wan; Part II. Competing Perspectives: The Range of Sanctions and Positive Inducements: 4.
Positive incentives, positive results?Price: $ President Obama’s Nobel Prize speech echoes the view that different proliferation cases entail different responses; that sanctions must be biting but a door to dialogue should remain open; and that collective action (coordination across senders) is key.
Department of State Nonproliferation Sanctions Executive Order [and Executive Orderas amended] Executive Ordersigned by the President on Jis an authority aimed at freezing the assets of proliferators of weapons of mass destruction and.
"This book offers elegant theory and compelling evidence on the sources and efficacy of US nonproliferation efforts.
Countering the claim that 'sanctions don’t work,' Miller outlines the conditions under which they can be consequential. A must-have resource for experts and a growing audience attentive to these issues."Cited by: 1. Sanctions have become a hot policy tool and Richard Nephew—a key sanctions policy practitioner during the Obama administration—has written a masterful insider's how-to guide.
Those dealing with or worried about North Korea, Russia, or Iran would do well to learn lessons from The Art of Sanctions. Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies – Programme for the Study of International Governance The Global Governance Centre is a forum for students, scholars and policy practitioners in International Geneva and beyond to discuss and critically examine theoretical and empirical research on global governance across issue domains.
This study examines the United States' use of sanctions against foreign entities to prevent NBC and missile proliferation. It begins with a review of the objectives and provisions of the various U.S. nonproliferation sanctions laws, and compares the legal provisions at each step of the sanctions.
The Secret Success of Nonproliferation Sanctions Article in International Organization 68(04) September with 83 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Stopping the Bomb: The Sources and Effectiveness of US Nonproliferation Policy (Cornell Studies in Security Affairs) - Kindle edition by Miller, Nicholas L.
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