Sixth ISODARCO-Beijing Seminar on Arms Control







The following papers from the Sixth ISODARCO-Beijing Seminar on Arms Control are listed alphabetically by author. The papers are provided in pdf format in order to retain their original presentation appearance.

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Eric Arnett, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

Nuclear testing and stability in Asia


Francesco Calogero, Professor of Theoretical Physics, Rome University I, and Chairman, Pugwash Council, Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs

The Future of Nuclear Weaponry and Our Civilization


Frank Ronald Cleminson, Department of Foreign Affairs, Canada

Multilateral On-going Monitoring and Verification (OMV) of Compliance: Nurturing Cost-Effectiveness


Thomas B. Cochran, Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc

Disposition of Fissile Material from Nuclear Weapons


Richard T. Cupitt, Associate Director, Center for International Trade and Security, University of Georgia

The Compatibility of US and Chinese Export Controls


Marco Di Capua Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Technology Innovation in China


William H. Dunlop, Program Leader, Proliferation Prevention and Arms Control, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Nonproliferation through International Lab-to-Lab Technology Cooperation


Christina Filarowski, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Joint US/PRC CTBT OSI Simulation Exercises


Richard L. Garwin, Philip D. Reed Senior Fellow for Science and Technology, Council on Foreign Relations

Nuclear Weapons and International Security


Gert G. Harigel, Geneva International Peace Research Institute (GIPRI) & International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility (INES)

Military Sales and Nuclear Proliferation, Disarmament and Arms Control


Hong Yuan-Eng, Institute of World Economics & Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (INES)

The Implication of TMD System in Japan to China’s Security


Rebecca Johnson, The Acronym Institute

Engaging the Five Nuclear Powers in Disarmament Talks


Li Bin, Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics

An Immediate Step in Global Nuclear Arms Control


Li Zhimin and Li Feizhi, Science & Technology Information Center of China Academy of Engineering Physics

Impact of South-Asia’s Nuclear Tests upon CTBT


George Lindsey, Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies

Arms Control in Space


Liu Gongliang, Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics

Nuclear Materials and International Security


Ming-Shih Lu, Brookhaven National Laboratory

The IAEA Strengthened International Safeguards Systems


Yuzo Murayama, Associate Professor, Osaka University of Foreign Studies

China’s Export Control Policy in East Asian Context: Implications from Economic Perspectives


Robert S. Norris, Natural Resources Defense Council

India and Pakistan, At the Crossroads


Lester G. Paldy, Center for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, State University of New York at Stony Brook

A Code of Ethics on Arms R&D for Scientists and Engineers


Mu Changlin and Pan Tao, China Institute for International Strategic Studies

International Nonproliferation Regimes after the Cold War


Dingli Shen, Center for American Studies, Fudan University

Promoting Nuclear Nonproliferation: A Chinese View


Frank Von Hippel, Professor of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, Chairman of the research arm of the Federation of American Scientists

De-alerting Nuclear Missiles


Wu Jun Beijing Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics

The Steps to No-First-Use Treaty


Zhuang Jianzhong, Shanghai Institute for International Strategic Studies

The Future of Nonproliferation