... the use of the full range of political, economic and military tools to prevent proliferation, reverse it diplomatically or protect our interests against an opponent armed with weapons of mass destruction or missiles, should that prove necessary. Nonproliferation... Clinton and Post-Cold War Defense - Page 68edited by - 1996 - 197 pagesLimited preview
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Henry D. Sokolski - 2001 - 188 pages
...destruction or missiles, should that prove necessary. Nonproliferation tools include: intelligence, global nonproliferation norms and agreements, diplomacy,...assurances, defenses and the application of military force.22 This did not leave much for Counterproliferation, which was reduced to the redundancy of being...