Verification Revisited: The Nuclear Case
Published in 2002, Verification Revisited: The Nuclear Case takes a pragmatic look at current nuclear nonproliferation verification efforts. It addresses the serious problems of states that do not fully comply with international non-proliferation standards, provides a critique of nuclear non-proliferation verification systems, and recommends improvements to ensure that states are not able to develop nuclear weapons in secret.
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Ephraim Asculai, Verification Revisited: The Nuclear Case, (Washington, DC: Institute for Science and International Security Press,2002). ISBN 0-9669467-7-4, LCCN 2002-106497, Copyright 2002, Institute for Science and International Security.
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Table of Contents
- Part A: Verification and Nuclear Nonproliferation
- Chapter 1: Verification Concepts and Methodologies
- Chapter 2: Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Verification and Traditional Safeguards
- Chapter 3: NPT Verification and “Program 93+2”
- Chapter 4: Utility of Wide-Area Environmental Sampling
- Chapter 5: Verification of the CTBT
- Chapter 6: IAEA’s Task in Iraq
- Chapter 7: Regional Arrangements
- Chapter 8: Lessons of Experience
- Chapter 9: Shortcomings of an International Verification Regime
- Chapter 10: Defining a Verification Regime
- Chapter 11: Differential Approach to Verification
- Chapter 12: Necessary Changes to Existing Approaches
- Appendix 1: Efficacy of Effluent Detection by Wide-Area Environmental Sampling
- Appendix 2: UN Stance on Verification: Theory and Practice
- About the Author