Sokolski examines the United States' efforts to prevent the spread of strategic weapons since 1945 and draws on its history to recommend how to improve future nonproliferation policies. The most comprehensive historical analysis of U.S. nonproliferation policy ever written.In fact, from the late 1950s on, the United States had actively shared rocket technology with nations, such as India and Brazil, under an Eisenhower-inspired initiative known as the Space for Peace Program. ... opened up U.S. Department of Commerce files on past U.S. dual-use missile technology exports for analysis.8 From this study, two different missile nonproliferation policy options were proposed.
|Title||:||Best of Intentions|
|Author||:||Henry D. Sokolski|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 2001-01-01|