Zukunft der Rüstungskontrolle

  • Allison, Graham T.; Cote Jr., Owen R.; Falkenrath, Richard A.: Avoiding Nuclear Anarchy In: The Washington Quarterly, 20. Jg. (1997), H. 3, S. 185-198.
  • Ambassador Graham, Thomas, Jr.; Shaw, Douglas B.: Nearing a fork in the road: proliferation or nuclear reversal? In: The Nonproliferation Review, 5. Jg. (1998), H. 3, S. 70-76.
  • Anthony, Ian; Rotfeld Adam Daniel (Hrsg.) (2001): A Future Arms Control Agenda Proceedings of Nobel Symposium 118 Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Beach, Hugh (1993): Qualitative Arms Control, The Council for Arms Control, London.
  • Berdal, Mats R.: Disarmanent and Demobilisation after Civil Wars. Arms, soldiers and the termination of armed conflicts. In: Adelphi-Papers.
  • Bolks, Sean; Stoll Richard J.: The Arms Acquisition Process The Effect of Internal and External Constraints on Arms Race Dynamics In: Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol. XLIV. Jg. (2000), S. 580-603.
  • Brodie, Bernard (1988): On the objectives of arms control Aus: Art, Robert J.; Waltz, Kenneth N. (Hrsg.): The use of military force Military power and international politics Lanham, New York, London, University Press of America, S. 618-636.
  • Brown, Harold: Is Arms Control Dead ? In: The Washington Quarterly, 23. Jg. (2000), H. 2, S. 173-177.
  • Brown, James (Hrsg.): Arms Control Issues for the Twenty-First Century Albuquerque, New Mexico (Sandia National Laboratories) 1997.
  • Brown, James (Hrsg.) (1997): New Horizons and New Strategies in Arms Control Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sandia National Laboratories.
  • Bunn, Mathew (2000): „The Next Wave: Urgently needed new steps to arms control warheads and finill materials”: [http://ksgnotes1harvard.edu/BCSIA/Library.nsf/pub/Nextwave].
  • Cambone, Stephen: An Inherent Lesson in Arms Control In: The Washington Quarterly, 23. Jg. (2000), H. 2, S. 207-218.
  • Carle, Christophe: Disarmament: The Next Ten Years. In: Disarmament Forum, Jg. 1999, H. 1, S. 13-18.
  • Carle, Christophe; Lewis, Patricia (1998): Arms Control and Disarmament Mechanisms Zürich [http://www.isn.ethz.ch/securityforum/Online_Publications/WS5/WS_5D/Carle.htm].
  • Chalmers, Malcom; Donowaki, Mitsuro; Green, Owen (Hrsg.): Developing Arms Transparency: The Future of the United Nations Register. o.O. 1997. (= Bradford Arms register Studies.7)
  • Cirincione, Joseph: New Initiatives toward a world with fewer nuclear weapons In: disarmament forum, volume XX. Jg. (1997), H. 2 und 3, S. 18-31.
  • Clark, Mark T.: Seven worries about START III. In: Orbis. A journal of world affairs, volume 45. Jg. (2001), H. 2, S. 175-191.
  • Daalder, Ivo H. (1992): Cooperative Arms Control A new Agenda for the Post-Cold War Era Maryland.
  • Daalder, Ivo H.: The Future of Arms Control In: Survival, Jg. 1992, H. 34, S. 51-73.
  • Dando, Malcom: Consolidating the Arms Control Regimes for Biological and Chemical Weapons In: disarmament forum, volume XX. Jg. (1997), H. 2 und 3, S. 32-47.
  • Davis, P.K. (1994): New challenges for defense planing. Rethinking how much is enough Santa Monica/California.
  • Delpech, Thérèse: Nuclear Weapons and the 'New World Order': Early Warning from Asia? In: Survival, 40. Jg. (1998), H. 4, S. 57-76.
  • Department of Disarmament Affairs: Arms Control and Disarmament: A New Conceptual Approach New York 2000.
  • Duffy, Gloria: Beyond Defence, Deterrence, and Arms Control In: Contemporary Security Policy, 18. Jg. (1997), H. 1, S. 73-82.
  • Dunn, Lewis A.; Alessi, Victor: Arms Control By Other Means. In: Survival, 42. Jg. (2000), H. 4, S. 129-140.
  • Durch, William J.: Constructing Regional Security The Role of Arms Transfers, Arms Control, and Reassurance New York (palgrave) 2000.
  • Ginifer, Jeremy: Protecting Displaced Persons Through Disarmament. In: Survival, 40. Jg. (1998), H. 2, S. 161-176.
  • Glaser, Charles L.: The Flawed Case of Nuclear Disarmament. In: Survival, 40. Jg. (1998), H. 1, S. 112-128.
  • Goldblat, Jozef: Open Forum. Unilateral or negotiated arms control? In: disarmament forum, Jg. 2000, S. 51-52.
  • Goldman, Emily O.: Arms Control in the Information Age. In: Contemporary Security Policy, 18. Jg. (1997), H. 1, S. 25-50.
  • Gormley, Dennis M.; Mahnken Thomas G.: Facing Nuclear and Conventional Reality In: Orbis. A journal of world affairs, volume 44. Jg. (2000), H. winter, S. 109-125.
  • Graham, Thomas: Strengthening Arms Control In: The Washington Quarterly, 23. Jg. (2000), H. 2, S. 183-196.
  • Holum, John D.: Arms Control Adrift? Prospects for 1999 Arms Contol Today March 1999 (Hrsg.): http:/armscontrol.org/ACT/march99/jhmr99.htm 24.08.00. 12.
  • Jervis, Robert: Weapons without purpose? In: Foreign Affairs, Jg. 2001, H. Juli/August, S. 143-148.
  • Keeny Jr., Spurgeon M.: A world without arms control www.armscontrol.org/ACT/june00/focusjun.html 2000. 3.
  • Keeny Jr., Spurgeon M.: The Folly of Disparaging Arms Control www.armscontrol.org/ACT/oct00/focusoct00.html 2000. 2.
  • Larsen, Jeffrey A.; Rattray, Gregory J. (Hrsg.): Arms control toward the 21st century. London (Lynne Rienner Publ.) 1996.
  • Levine, Paul; Smith, Ron: Arms Export Control and Proliferation. In: Journal of Conflict Resolution, 44. Jg. (2000), H. 6, S. 885-895.
  • Martel, William C.: The End of Non-Proliferation? In: Strategic Review, volume 28. Jg. (2000), S. 16-21.
  • Mistry, Dinshaw: Ballistic Missile Proliferation and the MTCR: A Ten-Year Review. In: Contemporary Security Policy, 18. Jg. (1997), H. 3, S. 59-82.
  • Mohanty, Deba R.: Defence Industries in aChanging World: Trends and Options In: Strategic Analysis, 23. Jg. (2000)
  • Moodie, Michael: Fighting the Proliferation of Biological Weapons: Beyond the BWC Protocol In: disarmament forum, Jg. 2000, H. 4, S. 33-42.
  • Moodie, Michael; Sands, Amy: New Approches to Compliance with Arms Control and Nonproliferation Agreements. In: The Nonproliferation Review, Jg. 2001, S. 1-9.
  • Nustad, Knut G.: Questions of legitimacy in post-conflict peace building and arms control o.O. u. J.
  • Nye, Joseph S. Jr.: Arms Control and International Politics. In: Daedalus, 120. Jg. (1991), H. 1, S. 145-165.
  • Owada, Hisashi: Nobel Symposium on ` A Future Arms Control Agenda ` Second Session: Global, Regional and Subregional Dimensions of Arms Control and Disarmament The Role of Major Powers in the Arms Control and Disarmament Process o.O. u. J.
  • Quinlan, Sir Michael: The Future of Nuclear Weapons in World Affairs In: The Washington Quarterly, 20. Jg. (1997), H. 3, S. 137-141.
  • Roberts, Brad (Hrsg.): Weapons Proliferation in the 1990s Cambridge, Massachusetts (The MIT Press) 1995.
  • Roberts, Brad: Arms Control in the Emerging Strategic Environment In: Contemporary Security Policy, 18. Jg. (1997), H. 1, S. 57-82.
  • Roberts, Brad: The Road ahead for Arms Control In: The Washington Quarterly, 23. Jg. (2000), H. 2, S. 219-232.
  • Rutherford, Kenneth R.: the evolving arms control agenda. Implications of the role of NGOs in banning Antipersonnel Landmines In: World Politics, volume 53. Jg. (2000), H. 1, S. 74-114.
  • Schlesinger, James: The Demise of Arms Control In: The Washington Quarterly, 23. Jg. (2000), H. 2, S. 179-182.
  • Sims, Jennifer E.: The Arms Control Process: The U.S. Domestic Context. Aus: Larsen, Jeffrey A.; Rattray, Gregory J. (Hrsg.): Arms control toward the 21st century. London (Lynne Rienner Publ.) 1996. S. 55-76.
  • Singh, Ravinder Pal (Hrsg.): Arms Procurement and Decision Making. Volume II: Chile, Greec, Malaysia, Poland, South Africaand Taiwan. Oxford, New York (Oxford Univeristy Press) 2000.
  • SIPRI (Hrsg.): The Stockholm Agenda for Arms Control Report based on the Rapporteur's Statement at the Nobel Symposium on a Future Arms Control Agenda Stockholm 1999.
  • SIPRI: The Stockholm Agenda for Arms Control Report based on the Rapporteur`s Statement at the Nobel Symposium on A Future Arms Control Agenda, 1-2 October 1999 Solna 1999
  • Speed, Roger D.: International Control of Nuclear Weapons In: The Washington Quarterly, 20. Jg. (1997), H. 3, S. 179-184.
  • Steinbruner, John: Renovating Arms Control through Reassurance In: The Washington Quarterly, 23. Jg. (2000), H. 2, S. 197-206.
  • Thakur, Ramesh: Envisioning Nuclear Future In: Security Dialogue, 31. Jg. (2000), H. 1, S. 25-40.
  • Törnudd, Klaus: Disarmament Process for a world at peace in 20 years In: disarmament forum, volume XX. Jg. (1997), H. 2 und 3, S. 1-17.
  • Tuck, Christopher: Greece, Turkey and Arms Control In: Defense Analysis, 12. Jg. (1996), H. 1, S. 23-32
  • Walker William: Nuclear Order and Disorder In: International Affairs, volume 76. Jg. (2000), S. 703-724.
  • Walker, Jenonne: Security ans Arms Control in Post-Confrontation Europe Oxford (Oxford University Press) 1994.
  • Walker, Ronald: What is to be done about Nuclear Weapons? A Rejoinder In: Security Dialogue, Jg. 2000, H. 31, S. 179-184.
  • Wheelis, Mark; Dando, Malcolm: New Technology and Future Developments in Biological Warfare. In: disarmament forum, Jg. 2000, H. 4, S. 43-50.
  • Wisotzki, Simone: Die "vergessenen" Waffen Das Kleinwaffenproblem als weltweite Bedrohung In: Die Friedenswarte, Jg. 2000,
  • Woods, Matthew: Invisible Weapons, Visible Choices: Unpacking the New Deterrence In: Contemporary Security Policy, 18. Jg. (1997), H. 3, S. 1-37.
  • Wright, Kevin: Arms Control and Security. The changing role of conventional arms control in Europe Aldershot u.a. (Ashgate) 2000.
  • Zellner, W.: Zwischen Kooperation und neuen Kriegsführungsoptionen Acht Thesen zur Zukunft der Rüstungskontrolle und Abrüstung In: Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik, Jg. 1993, H. 38, S. 425-434.