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  • ISBN: 0877612137
  • ISBN13: 978-0877612131
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: American Academy of Political and Social Science (1977)
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Nuclear proliferation: Prospects, problems, and proposals (The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science) ePub download

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This issue of the ANNALS addresses itself to three aspects of nuclear proliferation: the prospect that new nuclear powers will come on the scene, the problems that their arrival may create.

This issue of the ANNALS addresses itself to three aspects of nuclear proliferation: the prospect that new nuclear powers will come on the scene, the problems that their arrival may create, and ways of coping with those problems. In an introductory paper, ''Quo Vadimus,'' Joseph I. Coffey investigates the pros and cons of proliferation, concluding that it is not a question of whether there will be nuclear proliferation, but in what countries.

The American Academy of Political and Social Science was founded in 1889 to promote progress in the social sciences

The American Academy of Political and Social Science was founded in 1889 to promote progress in the social sciences. Sparked by Professor Edmund J. James and drawing from members of the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, Swarthmore College, and Bryn Mawr College, the Academy sought to establish communication between scientific thought and practical effort

The Academy seeks proposals with broad, interdisciplinary perspectives on important social issues

The Academy seeks proposals with broad, interdisciplinary perspectives on important social issues. Typically, each volume consists of a and 10-12 articles for an average volume length of 279 typeset pages or approximately 250-300 double-space manuscript pages (including figures and tables). The proposal should include the rationale for the volume, a summary of the issues it would explore, and an explanation of their importance to public policy.

For defendants in the nineteenth century seeking refuge from the death penalty, the insanity defense was like a haven eagerly sought but with difficulty secured

For defendants in the nineteenth century seeking refuge from the death penalty, the insanity defense was like a haven eagerly sought but with difficulty secured. For defendants now, no longer at risk of the death penalty and able to take advantage of statutory defenses akin to insanity, the defense has become like a reef fearfully avoided but easily struck.

1 The text of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty as finally presented can be found in United States Arms Control and .

1 The text of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty as finally presented can be found in United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Documents on Disarmament: 1968 (Washington: . Government Printing Office, 1969), pp. 461–465. 2 A full discussion of the spreading potential for nuclear bomb production, and efforts to control the spread, can be found in Barnaby, C. e. Preventing the Spread of Nuclear Weapons (London: Souvenir Press, 1969).

ANNALS, AAPSS, 554, November 1997 NGOs and Civil Society: (Un)stated Contradictions By SHELLEY FELDMAN ABSTRACT: While nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are recog-nized for the important role they play in development planning,. ANNALS, AAPSS, 554, November 1997 NGOs and Civil Society: (Un)stated Contradictions By SHELLEY FELDMAN ABSTRACT: While nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are recog-nized for the important role they play in development planning, par-ticularly as sites for.

Societal changes such as population diversification, policy shifts, and declining employment have increased the demand to evaluate the social safety net programs and their impacts

Societal changes such as population diversification, policy shifts, and declining employment have increased the demand to evaluate the social safety net programs and their impacts.

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