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Title:Preventing nuclear conflict in the Middle East: the free-zone strategy
Author:Power, Paul F.
Year:1983
Periodical:Middle East Journal
Volume:37
Issue:4
Pages:617-635
Language:English
Geographic term:Middle East
Subjects:disarmament
nuclear weapons
External link:http://search.proquest.com/pao/docview/1290827440
Abstract:Regional military denuclearization is a general strategy which might reduce the risks of nuclear weapons ever being used in the Middle East. There is now no comparabele strategy universally in effect in the region. Several, but not all, Middle East states are adherents of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, thereby offering a foundation for area-wide military denuclearization. In a effort to further the discussion of Middle East nuclear issues, this paper examines two major of military denuclearization, the Iraqi-Israeli controversy, including Israel's destruction of Iraq's Osiraq reactor, and the Begin preventive-strike doctrine, Israeli freezone policy, and the Latin American free-zone model applied to Mideast conditions. Notes, tab.
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