The Nonproliferation Review

A refereed journal concerned with the spread of nuclear, chemical, biological, and conventional weapons. Featuring viewpoints, articles, and reports on programs, treaties and export controls, terrorism, and the economic and environmental effects of weapons proliferation.
 

Overview

The Nonproliferation Review is a refereed journal concerned with the causes, consequences, and control of the spread of nuclear, chemical, biological, and conventional weapons. The Review features case studies, theoretical analyses, reports, and policy debates on such issues as state-run weapons programs, treaties and export controls, terrorism, and the economic and environmental effects of weapons proliferation.

Authors come from many regions and disciplines. With subscribers in 50 countries, the Review is an essential resource for policymakers and scholars worldwide.

News

Poll Results

Thank you for participating in our survey. The votes are in, and Zia Mian's and Alexander Glaser's report, "Confronting the "Perpetual Menace to Human Security": Openness as a Tool to Enable Nuclear Disarmament," is what the majority asked to read. It is now freely available on our website.

Congratulations to Marylia Kelley, Executive Director of Tri-Valley CAREs (Communities Against a Radioactive Environment), winner of a free copy of the new issue in the Nonproliferation Review's online reader survey!

Look for our next survey soon.

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