Challenges of Fissile Material Control
Published in March 1999, The Challenges of Fissile Material Control reviews U.S. and international efforts to broaden and strengthen international controls on nuclear weapons-usable materials.
David Albright and Kevin O’Neill (eds.), The Challenges of Fissile Material Control, (Washington, DC: Institute for Science and International Security Press, 1999). ISBN 0-9669467-0-7, LCCN 98-75828, Copyright 1999, Institute for Science and International Security. Sorry, we are out of stock with this item. It is available for download, however.
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Table of Contents
About the Authors
Acronyms Appearing in the Text
- Chapter 1—Making the Grade? International Fissile Material Control Efforts—DavidAlbright
- Chapter 2—Policies on Fissile Materials: The Cutoff Treaty and Existing Stocks—William Walker
- Chapter 3—Status Report on Fissile Materials: Paths to Deep Reductions and NuclearDisarmament—Kevin O’Neill
- Chapter 4—The Riskof Theft: Protecting Fissile Materials in the Former Soviet Union—KevinO’Neill
- Chapter 5—Troubles Tomorrow?Separated Neptunium 237 and Americium—David Albright and Lauren Barbour
- Appendix 1: Fissile MaterialCutoff Treaty: A Chronology—Lauren Barbour
- Appendix 2: Report of AmbassadorGerald E. Shannon of Canada on consultations on the most appropriatearrangement to negotiate a treaty banning the production of fissilematerial for nuclear weapons or nuclear explosive devices
- Appendix 3: Draft Decisionon the establishment of an ad hoc committee under item 1 of theagenda entitled "Cessation of the nuclear arms race and nucleardisarmament"
- Appendix 4: Effortsto Place Excess Fissile Materials Under International Controls
- Appendix 5: U.S.,Russian Military Stocks of Highly Enriched Uranium