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Arms Control & Regional Security
Recent years have witnessed increasing challenges for arms control and non-proliferation efforts in the nuclear realm that impact on the world at large. he past years have underscored the deficiencies of the existing international treaties for stopping proliferation, namely, their lack of effectiveness as a means for deterring and containing determined nuclear proliferators.
The proliferation challenges of the new millennium and the exposed shortcomings of traditional modes of dealing with nuclear proliferation necessitate a shift in the focus of arms control and non-proliferation research – away from the study of international treaties per se, with their technical features and legal obligations, to renewed efforts to understand what it is that drives states to proliferate and how to confront their motivation. As focus shifts to hotbeds of proliferation and the challenge of convincing proliferators to return to the fold of non-proliferation commitments, the state and its interests and security concerns take counsil stage.

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