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Encyclopaedia of Arms Race, Arms Control and Disarmament; 12 Volumes / Sinha, P.C. (Ed.)
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Encyclopaedia of Arms Race, Arms Control and Disarmament; 12 Volumes
Sinha, P.C. (Ed.)
 
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  Book ID : 24706
  ISBN-10 : 81-261-2139-4 / 8126121394
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-261-2139-7 / 9788126121397
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2005
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xvi, 3774p., Bib., 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
Vol.1: I. Major resolutions and decisions on disarmament: 1. Text of disarmament resolutions and decisions: 49 session. 2. Text of disarmament resolutions and decisions: 50 session. 3. Text of disarmament resolutions and decisions: 52 session. 4. Text of disarmament resolutions and decisions: 53 session.
Vol.2: 5. Text of disarmament resolutions and decisions: 54 session. 6. Text of disarmament resolutions and decisions: 55 session. 7. Text of disarmament resolutions and decisions: 56 session.
Vol.3: 2. Arms Control and disarmament: 1. United Nations Conference on disarmament issues. 2. Multilateral and bilateral approaches to disarmament. 3. Effect of perestroika on disarmament strategy. 4. Destruction of weapons systems under multilateral arms control agreements. 5. Disarmament education in Africa: the IAUP/UN Commission experience. 6. Economic and social consequences of disarmament. 7. Disarmament. 8. UN and disarmament: evolution of machinery and approaches till 1970. 9. General and complete disarmament, 1959-1970. 10. Collateral measures of disarmament. 11. Postscript. 12. The conference on disarmament: the single multilateral disarmament negotiating body of the international community (July, 1986). 13. The United Nations and disarmament (1945-1995). 14. New weapons, new tools. 15. Principles, approaches and measures of disarmament.
Vol.4: 3. Arms, race, trade and military expenditure: 1. Arms race/military expenditure: social and economic consequences. 2. International economic and social implications of the arms race. 3. Arms race: social and economic consequences. 4. Dynamics of the arms race: social and economic impacts. 5. The arms race in terms of resources. 6. The arms race and economic and social development. 7. Economic and social consequences of the arms race and military expenditures. 8. Reduction of military budgets. 9. Military budget expenditure compared with other statistics: annual averages, 1973-1975. 10. The end of the cold war and declining military expenditures. 11. Agreement on reducing forces in Europe. 12. Table of world military expenditure, 1980-89. 13. The international arms trade. 14. International arms transfers: supplier policies and recipient dependence. 15. Italian legislation on the export of armaments. 16. International dialogue and the conversion of the armaments industry. 17. The national experience of the USSR. 18. The effects of military industrialization in Latin America.
Vol.5: 4. Defensive security and arms reduction: 1. Defensive security: concept, policy, strategy and measures for implementation. 2. Towards global defensive security. 3. Defensive security: concepts and policies. 4. Current trends in the international security environment. 5. The substance and main features of defensive security concepts and policies. 6. The Paris summit: a disarmament and security assessment. 7. The Moscow summit. 8. Problems in the implementation of defensive security concepts and policies. 9. Can non-offensive defence improve arms reductions? 10. Mutual inability to launch attacks, and arms reductions in Europe. 11. United Nation role in disarmament. 12. Agreements for weapons destruction. 13. Strategies and measures to promote "Defensive security". 14. Sufficient defence and arms reductions.
Vol.6: 5. Conventional wars and weapon systems: 1. Conventional weapons efforts to limit and reduce them (April, 1991). 2. The commission for conventional armaments. 3. Register of the trade in major conventional weapons with industrialized and third world countries, 1989. 4. Composite table of replies of governments for the register of conventional arms: 1994. 5. Regulation, limitation and balanced reduction of all armed forces and all armaments, 1951-1958. 6. Strategic arms reduction talks and future prospects. 7. Treaty between the United States of America and the Russian federation on further reduction and limitation of strategic offensive arms (START II). 8. Guidelines on conventional arms control/limitation and disarmament, with particular emphasis on consolidation of peace in the context of general assembly resolution 51/45 N. 9. Final declaration of the review conference of the states parties to the convention on prohibitions or restrictions on the use of certain conventional weapons which may be deemed to be excessively injurious or to have indiscriminate effects. 10. Conventional arms control in Europe: objectives and problems. 11. Towards an agreement on reducing conventional forces in Europe. 12. Prospects for conventional arms control in Europe. 13. Documents of the joint extraordinary conference of the states parties to the CFE treaty. 14. Inter-American convention against the illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms, ammunition, explosives, and other related materials. 15. Inter-American convention on transparency in conventional weapons acquisitions. 16. Bill presented to the U.S. Congress to establish a code of conduct for U.S. arms transfers. 17. OSCE principles governing conventional arms transfers. 18. Controlling conventional weapons in Latin America: a treaty proposal.
Vol.7: 6. Nuclear wars, weapons and global security: 1. Nuclear weapons, nuclear war and global security: major trends and consequences. 2. The Swedish initiative on accidental nuclear war. 3. Towards global security from nuclear weapons and nuclear war. 4. Global nuclear issues in the Asia-Pacific regional context. 5. Existing nuclear weapons: technical data and statistics. 6. Land and sea-based nuclear weapons. 7. Weapons and technology. 8. Trends in the technological development of nuclear-weapons system. 9. Tactical nuclear weapons--do they have a future? 10. Doctrines and strategies concerning nuclear weapons. 11. Russian deterrent forces in the post-cold war environment. 12. Development, production and testing of nuclear weapons. 13. Effects of use of nuclear weapons and consequences of nuclear war. 14. Nuclear weapons and international security. 15. The INF treaty: its origins, content and promise. 16. Nuclear arms limitation and disarmament. 17. Towards nuclear arms limitation and global disarmament after Reykjavik. 18. Official doctrinal positions of the nuclear-weapon states. 19. The fissile material cut-off treaty.
Vol.8: 7. Nuclear non-proliferation and world peace: 1. Non-proliferation of nuclear weapons. 2. The conference of non-nuclear-weapon states. 3. The third review conference of the parties to the treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons (March 1985). 4. The treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons: fifteen years after entry into force (July, 1985). 5. Some regional aspects of the nuclear non-proliferation regime. 6. Towards the 1990 non-proliferation treaty review conference. 7. The fourth review conference of the non-proliferation treaty. 8. NPT safeguards today and tomorrow. 9. Nuclear non-proliferation and safeguards: new challenges. 10. Strengthening the NPT regime: a CTBT and a cut-off of fissionable material. 11. Towards a genuine nuclear non-proliferation regime. 12. Nuclear non-proliferation: the current context. 13. The role of the nuclear powers. 14. The nuclear non-proliferation regime: options and opportunities. 15. Strengthening the NPT and the nuclear non-proliferation regime. 16. Africa and the international nuclear non-proliferation regime. 17. Denuclearization in Africa: the South African dimension. 18. Nuclear non-proliferation and confidence-building in the southern cone. 19. The non-proliferation treaty, Tlatelolco and the regional contribution. 20. Excerpts on negative security assurances. 21. Security council resolution 984 (1995). 22. Documents of the 1995 NPT review and extension conference. 23. The implications of South Asia's nuclear tests for the non-proliferation and disarmament regimes. 24. 2000 review conference of the parties to the treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, final document.
Vol.9: 8. Nuclear test bans and weapon free zones: 1. The atomic energy commission. 2. Radiation-A fact of life. 3. Early initiatives, 1954-1958. 4. The period of the conference on the discontinuance of nuclear weapon tests, 1958-1962. 5. The nuclear test ban treaty of 1963. 6. Efforts to achieve a comprehensive nuclear test ban, 1964-1970. 7. The partial test-ban treaty: a British view. 8. 1963 Moscow treaty: achievements and future prospects. 9. Amendment conference to the partial test-ban treaty. 10. Draft comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty. 11. Conference on disarmament: comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty model treaty text. 12. Towards a nuclear-test ban (April, 1991). 13. Ensuring the CTBT's implementation. 14. Nuclear-free zones. 15. Establishment of nuclear-weapon-free zones on the basis of arrangements freely arrived at among the states of the region concerned. 16. The treaty of Rarotonga. 17. The 20 anniversary of the treaty of Tlatelco.
Vol.10: 18. Prospects for a nuclear-weapon-free zone in Africa. 19. Outline of efforts to establish a nuclear-weapon-free zone in Africa. 20. The African nuclear-weapon-free zone treaty: the Pelindaba text and its provisions. 21. Southeast Asia nuclear-weapon-free zone: next steps. 9. Conventional arms race, small arms and light weapons: 1. General assembly resolutions, guidelines set by the disarmament commission. 2. Towards conventional disarmament. 3. Guidelines for the study on conventional disarmament. 4. Nature, causes and effects of the conventional arms race. 5. Conventional disarmament: principles, approaches and measures. 6. Working papers on conventional disarmament submitted to the disarmament commission. 7. The third review conference of the sea-bed treaty--a panorama. 8. The naval arms race. 9. The problem of the prevention of an arms race on the sea-bed. 10. The sea-bed treaty and its third review conference in 1989 (December). 11. Defining a new item on the disarmament agenda. 12. Joint appeal on small arms, issued at the conclusion of the first regional workshop of the panel of governmental experts on small arms, held at Pretoria from 23 to 25 September 1996. 13. Micro-disarmament in the regional context. 14. Statement on small arms, issued at the conclusion of the second regional workshop of the panel of governmental experts on small arms, held at San Salvador, on 16 and 17 January 1997. 15. Small arms and light weapons. 16. The scourge of land-mines in Africa. 17. Convention on the prohibition of the use, stockpiling, production and transfer of anti-personnel mines and on their destruction. 18. Call upon Afghanistan, issued at the conclusion of the third regional workshop of the panel of governmental experts on small arms, held at Kathmandu on 22 and 23 May 1997. 19. Report of the group of experts on the problem of ammunition and explosives (1999) (A/54/155). 20. Main components of the round/cartridge of small arms. 21. Report of the group of governmental experts on small arms/1999 (A/54/258). 22. Declaration of a moratorium on the importation, exportation and manufacture of small arms and light weapons in West Africa.
Vol.11: 10. Missiles, verification systems and outer space: 1. Ballistic missile proliferation: seeking global solutions to regional problem. 2. Proliferation of missile capability. 3. Limited ABM : a wrong solution for the real problem. 4. Verification and compliance. 5. International verification system: technical and diplomatic aspects. 6. The role of the United Nations in the field of verification. 7. Verification problems: the experience of bilateral negotiations. 8. Existing activities of the United Nations in verification. 9. Multilateral verification: opportunities and constraints. 10. Improvements in existing activities and possible additional activities with respect of verification. 11. Outer space and disarmament. 12. Space technology--security related developments. 13. Outer space existing: use patterns and emerging trends. 14. Outer space: existing legal framework. 15. Agreement governing the activities of states on the moon and other celestial bodies. 16. Treaty on principles governing the activities of states in the exploration and use of outer space, including the moon and other celestial bodies. 17. Outer space: confidence building measures. 18. International cooperation related to confidence-building measures in outer space. 19. Guidelines for appropriate types of confidence-building measures and for the implementation of such measures on a global or regional level. 20. Status of multilateral treaties relating to activities in outer space.
Vol.12: 11. Chemical and biological weapon systems: 1. Chemical and biological weapons: an update of the situation (Nov. 1987). 2. Protocol for the prohibition of the use in war of asphyxiating, poisonous or other gases, and the bacteriological methods of warfare (1925). 3. Convention on the prohibition of the development, production and stockpiling of bacteriological (biological) and toxin weapons and on their destruction. 4. Final declaration of the fourth review conference of the parties to the convention on the prohibition of the development, production and stockpiling of bacteriological (biological) and toxin weapons and on their destruction. 5. Proliferation of weapons systems and disarmament issues with particular reference to prohibition of biological, chemical and other weapons of mass destruction. 6. The Paris conference on the prohibition of chemical weapons. 7. The destruction, removal or rendering harmless of Iraq's chemical warfare capability. 8. The chemical weapons convention: a great achievement in multilateral disarmament. 9. Some observations on the chemical weapons convention. 10. The impact of the chemical weapons convention on disarmament from a middle-east perspective. 11. The cost of the chemical weapons convention for the developing countries. 12. The chemical weapons convention, and the security and development needs of Brazil. 13. Export warning list. 14. Statements of possession or non-possession of chemical weapons. 15. Towards the third biological weapons convention review conference: the potential threat of biological and toxin weapons. 16. The next step: a biological verification regime. 17. The state of the biological weapons convention. 18. Efforts to achieve a comprehensive ban on chemical and bacteriological (biological) weapons. 19. Environmental hazards in general. 20. Environmental destruction as a method of warfare: do we need new law? 21. The 1981 inhumane weapons convention.

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The Encyclopaedia of Arms Race, Arms Control and Disarmament, in twelve volumes, is a pioneering effort to bring together authoritative information on the theme. The section on arms control and disarmament is central issue in the maintenance of international peace and security. The modern world has given highest priority to the reduction and eventual elimination of the weapons of mass destruction. This encyclopedia also reflects briefly on ongoing global arms race, arms trade and increasing military expenditures and defence budgets of world nations. In today's world maximum loss of all sorts is being caused by ongoing conventional wars, conventional weapon system, conventional arms race, small arms and light weapons. This encyclopedia tries to do full justice with these themes. This encyclopedia provides detailed information regarding the existing missile system worldwide, their reach, their power of destruction in terms of pay load, both nuclear and non-nuclear. This section on environmental warfare, chemical and biological weapons and warfare takes into account the new threats to global peace and security. The section on regional disarmament, security and confidence building measures puts into perspective the various regional initiatives for disarmament, peace and security. In sum, this is an innovative attempt by its editor to present its readers with all concerned aspects at one platform, that too, in a very defined way. Therefore, this encyclopedia will not only retain its worth for the contemporary readers/researchers of the subject area of great interest and importance, but can also serve the purpose of becoming a referral book in long-run. It is userfriendly in nature, so that readers from all walks of life can benefit from it. No doubt, this encyclopedia will go a long-way in creating global harmony, and peace and lasting security for the human population and its surroundings.
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