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Arms Control Today, June 2012


Nuclear Deterrence in a Changed World
Sidney D. Drell and James E. Goodby

Resolving the Ambiguity of Nuclear Weapons Costs
Russell Rumbaugh and Nathan Cohn

Book Reviews

Exposing the Arms Trade
Edward J. Laurance


The Middle East and Africa

P5+1 and Iran Claim Progress in Talks
Kelsey Davenport

IAEA, Iran Close to Deal, Amano Says
Kelsey Davenport

The United States and the Americas

Former STRATCOM Head Calls for Cuts
Tom Z. Collina

U.S. Plans to Sell Bahrain More Arms
Farrah Zughni

News Briefs

North Korea Urged Not to Test
Kelsey Davenport

U.S., Russia Discuss Cyber Hotline
Timothy Farnsworth

Pentagon Defends Arms Buy From Russia
Farrah Zughni

Europe and the Former Soviet Union

NATO Sticks With Nuclear Policy
Oliver Meier

NATO Fields Interceptors Without Russia
Tom Z. Collina

The World

Work Seen Needed on Mideast Meeting
Daniel Horner

Libya Sets Date to Destroy Chemical Arms
Daniel Horner

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