Günter Brauch - Duncan L. Clarke (Eds.)
for Arms Limitation
Assessments and Prospects
a Foreword by Paul C. Warnke, former director,
US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Mass., USA: Ballinger Publishing Company
1993, 364 pp., ISBN 0-88410-864-3
is organised in 3 parts and contains 13 chapters, biographies
of the editors and authors. After an introduction by Hans
Günter Brauch (Mosbach, Germany).
on National Decisionmaking for Arms Limitation includes 8
chapters by Duncan L. Clarke (Washington, DC, USA) on: "Integrating
Arms Control, Defense, and Foreign Policy in the Executive
Branch of the US Government", by Lawrence D. Weiler (Washington,
DC, USA) on: "The Role of Nongovernmental Organizations
and Academic Institutions in US Decisionmaking for Arms Limitation",
by Rose Gottemoeller (Washington, DC, USA) on: "Decisionmaking
for Arms Limitation in the Soviet Union", by Jean François
Bureau (Paris, France) on: "Decisionmaking for Arms Limitation
in France: Past Experiences, Prospects, and Suggestions",
by Nicholas A. Sims (London, UK) on "The Arms Control
and Disarmament Process in Britain", by Hans Günter
Brauch (Mosbach, Germany) on "Arms Control and Disarmament
Decisionmaking in the Federal Republic of Germany", by
Anders Hellebust (Oslo, Norway): on: "Arms Control Decisionmaking
in Norway: Past Experience and Suggestions for Change"
and by L.M. Ross and John R. Redick (USA) on: "National
Arms Control Mechanism: a Global Survey".
on NATO Arms Limitation Consutlative Processes includes 3
chapters by Stanley R. Sloan (Washington, DC, USA) on: "Arms
Control Consultation in NATO", by Richard E. Darilek
(Washington, DC, USA) on: "Separate Processes, Converging
Interests: MBFR and CBMs" and by Simon Lunn (Brussels,
Belgium) on: "Policy Preparation and Consultation within
NATO: Decisionmaking for SALT and LRTNF".
on The Public - Conclusion includes 2 chapters by William
Epstein (New York, USA) on: "The Role of the Public in
the Decisionmaking Process for Arms Limitation" and by
Duncan L. Clarke (Washington, DC, USA) on: "Conclusion:
Giving Arms Control Greater Salience in Policy Processes".
Language: English; Areas: arms control, institutions,
decision making; Region: France, Germany, Norway, United
States, United Kingdom.