Analysis and Articles

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"Analysis and Articles", Nuclear Strategy, December 31, 2001, http://nautilus.org/projects/nuclear-strategy/analysis-and-articles/

The titles below provide links to various reports and articles that describe US nuclear planning as it has occurred in the 1990s:

Hans M. Kristensen and Joshua Handler, “Nuclear Forces 2001,” SIPRI Yearbook 2001, (forthcoming)

Hans M. Kristensen, “The Elusive Foe: China in US Nuclear War Planning,” The Nautilus Institute, Berkeley, CA, February 2001. (forthcoming)

Hans M. Kristensen, with Robert S. Norris, William M. Arkin, and Joshua Handler, “Nuclear Notebook: U.S. Nuclear Forces, January 2001,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March/April 2001;

Hans M. Kristensen, “US Nuclear Strategy Reform in the 1990s,” The Nautilus Institute, Berkeley, Calfornia, March 2000 (PDF-format);

William M. Arkin and Hans M. Kristensen, “The Post Cold War SIOP and Nuclear Warfare Planning: A Glossary, Abbreviations, and Acronyms,” Natural Resources Defense Council, Washington, DC, January 1999;

William M. Arkin and Hans M. Kristensen, “Dangerous Directions,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March/April 1998 (PDF-format);

Hans M. Kristensen, “Nuclear Futures: Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and U.S. Nuclear Strategy,” British American Security Information Council (BASIC), March 1998 (PDF-format);

Hans M. Kristensen, “Targets of Opportunity,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September/October 1997 (PDF-format);

Hans M. Kristensen and Joshua Handler, “The USA and Counter-Proliferation: A New and Dubious Role for U.S. Nuclear Weapons,” Security Dialogue, Oslo, Norway, December 1996 (PDF-format).


 

Funding for this project was provided by the The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and Ploughshares Fund. For information about the Nuclear Strategy Project contact Hans M. Kristensen.


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