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Denuclearization Design
to achieve and sustain Zero Nuclear Weapons
1st H-Bomb Test [1952]
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LINKS TO CENTERS AND GROUPS WORKING IN ARMS CONTROL:
CENTERS & GROUPS JOURNALS
ACRONYM follows ongoing arms control and disarmament negotiations. Disarmament Diplomacy and Disarmament Documentation. Contents. [ACRONYM]
Arms Control Association [Washington] Arms Control Association: Arms Control Today
BASIC [British American Security Information Council] [London & Washington]
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace [New York] Non-Proliferation project. Foreign Policy.
ProliferationNews.
Centre de Documentation et de Recherche sur la Paix et les Conflits[Lyon]. Damoclès [quarterly]
Center for Nonproliferation Studies. Monterey Institute of International Studies. [Monterey, California] Non-Proliferation Review. CNS/MIIS.
CIRPES [Paris]. CIRPES: Le Débat Stratégique. Monthly.
Global Beat Nuclear policy [Mark Hibbs’ review of events & news reports.]
National Security Archive[Washington] studies, many based on declassified US documents.
Natural Resources Defense Council [US] nuclear weapons and waste projects.
Nautilus Institute [Berkeley] specializes on Northeast Asia and nuclear policy. Nautilus: Nuclear Policy. Weekly. Most recent. or the Archive.
Nuclear Threat Initiative.
Program on Global Security and Disarmament [Univ of Maryland].
Programme for Promoting Nuclear Non-Proliferation [Southampton] Mountbatten Centre for International Studies, University of Southampton
SIPRI [Stockholm]: Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. SIPRI Yearbook.
The Henry L. Stimson Center [Washington].
Union of Concerned Scientists [Cambridge, Massachusetts] especially on missile defense and nuclear policy.
United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research [UNIDIR] [Geneva] Disarmament Forum [UNIDIR].


DENUCLEARIZATION LINKS


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1 CHOICE SITES & PAGES
2 DOCUMENTS & DOCUMENT SOURCES [Also see TREATIES]
3 ELECTRONIC JOURNALS & JOURNAL WEB SITES
4 GOVERNMENT ENTITIES
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5 INFORMATION, DATA, LINKS & BIBLIOGRAPHY
6 INTERNATIONAL ENTITIES
7 PERSONAL NUCLEAR PAGES
8 PRIVATE GROUPS [Also see RESEARCH CENTERS]
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9 RECENT STATEMENTS [Also see DOCUMENTS]
10 RESEARCH CENTERS [Also see PRIVATE GROUPS]
11 TREATIES [Also see DOCUMENTS]
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CHOICE SITES & LINKS These choice sites and documents are also noted in the appropriate category.

Sites & Pages Sites & Pages Sites & Pages

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1 Stockholm International Peace Research Institute [SIPRI]
2 The Internet and the Bomb: A Research Guide to Policy and Information about Nuclear Weapons [NRDC] Most extensive web links list, with emphasis on US government policy. A hard-copy version is available. [Written and maintained by William Arkin and Robert S. Norris]
3 The Acronym Institute conducts research and publishes on negotiation and verification of arms control and disarmament.
+ Acronym publishes Disarmament Diplomacy, the principal on-line source following global diplomacy on nuclear policy.
+ Acronym on the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and its ongoing review process.
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4 Center for Nonproliferation Studies [Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, California]
5 International Security Network ISN Links Library. The WWW Virtual Library: International Security. [International Security Network, Center for Security Studies and Conflict Resolution, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology]
6 Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty [Text] [September 1996] [pdf] or CTBT [Text] [September 1996] [html].
7 World Court Advisory Opinion [8 July 1996] on the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons
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8 The Acheson-Lilienthal Report [1946]
9 Report of the Canberra Commission on the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons [August 1996]



DOCUMENTS & DOCUMENT SOURCES

Sites & Pages Sites & Pages Sites & Pages
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1 The Acheson-Lilienthal Report [1946]
2 The Russell-Einstein Manifesto [9 July 1955]
3 SIPRI collection of former Soviet Union documents of the Gorbachev era [1984-1991] [not accessible]
+ Statement by the General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee, Moscow, 15 January 1986 Mikhail Gorbachev's call for global denuclearization by the year 2000.
4 Statement of Generals and Admirals of 17 Nationalities [5 December 1996]
5 Report of the Canberra Commission on the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons [August 1996]
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6 "Management and Disposition of Excess Weapons Plutonium" [1994] [Committee on International Security and Arms Control, National Academy of Sciences]
7 World Court Advisory Opinion [8 July 1996] on the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons
8 "The Future of U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy" [1997] [Committee on International Security and Arms Control, National Academy of Sciences]
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9 International Atomic Energy Agency: Statute [IAEA]
+ IAEA Safeguards:INFCIRC/66 Rev. 2 "The Agency's Safeguards System (1965, as Provisionally Extended in 1966 and 1968)"
+ IAEA Safeguards: INFCIRC/153 (Corrected) "The Structure and Content of Agreements Between the Agency and States Required in Connection with the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons" [June 1972]
+ IAEA Safeguards: INFCIRC/540 "Model Protocol Additional to the Agreement(s) Between State(s) and the International Atomic Energy Agency for the Application of Safeguards."



ELECTRONIC JOURNALS & JOURNAL WEB SITES

Electronic Journals Journal Web Sites Other Useful Serials
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1 Disarmament Diplomacy [issued by ACRONYM]
2 Trust & Verify [issued by VERTIC]
3 Nonproliferation Review. Table of contents & selected articles. [Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies]
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4 Disarmament Times reporting on steps in the UN system [issued by the NGO Committee on Disarmament]
5 Arms Control Today [issued by the Arms Control Association] Texts of articles in recent, but not the current, issues.
6 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
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7 SIPRI Yearbook 2004: Armaments, Disarmament, and International Security. Description and chapter summaries only. Also contents and summaries of recent yearbooks [1993-2003] and SIPRI Yearbook Pocket-Size Summary Editions in several languages [2003 and 2004].





GOVERNMENT ENTITIES

France United Kingdom Australia
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1 Commissariat à l'énergie atomique [France]
2 Ministère des Affaires étrangères [France] [Actualité / Désarmement.  Lutte contre la prolifération, maîtrise des armements, désarmement : L’action de la France ]
+ Lutte contre la prolifération, maîtrise des armements: l’action de la France [France] [pdf] [7.8 MB] [Bilingual in French and English.]
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3 UK Ministry of Defence. “Delivering Security in a Changing world.” Defence White Paper. December 2003. [html]
4 UK Ministry of Defence. “The Future Strategic Context for Defence.” [html]
5 UK Nuclear Deterrent [Royal Navy]
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6 Australian Geological Survey Database of Nuclear Tests [Searchable] [not accessible]
7 Report of the Canberra Commission on the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons [August 1996]
Japan
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1 Ministry of Foreign Affairs [Japan].
2 Delegation of Japan to the Conference on Disarmament. Select ‘Statements’ for official Japanese statements on nuclear disarmament, non-proliferation, and arms control, at the CD and in other international fora. [1994- .. ]
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United States United States United States
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1 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory [LLNL] National Security Studies
+ Nuclear Weapons Stockpile Stewardship.
+ Nonproliferation & Homeland Security.
+ LLNL Nonproliferation/Arms Control/International Security Directorate
+ LLNL Center for Security & Technology Studies [Publications]
+ LLNL National Ignition Facility
2 Los Alamos National Laboratory
3 Sandia National Laboratories. White Paper. 22 March 2001. C. Paul Robinson, President and Director, Sandia National Laboratory, “Pursuing a New Nuclear Weapons Policy for the 21st Century.”
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4 US Department of Defense [DOD]
+ Annual Report of the Secretary of Defense to the President and Congress. 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000,2001, 2002, 2003, 2004

2005:   [as of 2005.04.29 not yet available]

Consult the several Tables of Contents through 2001 for chapters on strategic nuclear forces, cooperative threat reduction, ‘information superiority and space’, and other subjects. From 2002 the Reports are not organized by such topics, and are not as usefully descriptive.
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US Arms Control & Disarmament Agency.   [ACDA was abolished, and its responsibilities folded into the Bureau of Arms Control. See next entry.]
5 Bureau of Arms Control, US Department of State.  
+ “US Compliance With Article VI of the Non-Proliferation Traty (NPT)” Stephen G. Rademaker, Assistant Secretary of State for Arms Control. Remarks at a Panel Discussion at the Arms Control Association, Washington DC, 3 February 2005.
6 Department of Energy [United States]
+ National Nuclear Security Administration. US Department of Energy.
+ DOE May 1995 “The Stockpile Stewardship and Management Program” [US Department of Energy].
6 Nevada Test Site
+ Nevada Test Site: Historical Reports.
+ Especially, DOE/NV Rev. 15, United States Nuclear Test, July 1945 through September 1992. December 2000.
+ Photos of US Nuclear Tests [US DOE Nevada Test Site]
+ Videos of US Nuclear Tests: List & How to Order [US DOE Nevada Test Site]




INFORMATION, DATA, LINKS & BIBLIOGRAPHY

Links Links & Data Texts & Bibliography
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1 The Internet and the Bomb: A Research Guide to Policy and Information about Nuclear Weapons [NRDC] Most extensive web links list, with emphasis on US government policy. A hard-copy version is available. [Written and maintained by William Arkin and Robert S. Norris]
2 Links to Arms Control Pages [Center for Security Studies and Conflict Resolution, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology]
3 Canadian Forces College War, Peace and Security. Links.
4 InfoManage International: an Extensive List of
Nuclear & Other WMD Links
5 Photos of US Nuclear Tests [US DOE Nevada Test Site]
+ Videos of US Nuclear Tests: List & How to Order [US DOE Nevada Test Site]
6 An extensive list of links to nuclear weapon pages. [nukefix]
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7 J. D. Dyson on "Documentation and Diagrams of the Atomic Bomb" [via Todd Postma's page]
8 NRDC Nuclear Data Detailed tables of nuclear systems.
9 The Brookings Institution maintains a project on the cost of US nuclear weapons [Steven Schwartz].
10 Canadian Institute of International Affairs links on international relations.
11 Western States Legal Foundation extensive links on nuclear weapons & related subjects.
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12 Herbert F. York, Race to Oblivion: A Participant's View of the Arms Race [1970], or a chapter-by-chapter version.
13 A selection of Richard Garwin's papers on arms control: The Garwin Archive.
14 Vipin Gupta, "New Satellite Images for Sale: The Opportunities and Risks Ahead" [LLNL][Last modified 94.12.28]
15 Stimson Center Space Security Project.
16 Bruce D. Larkin, Nuclear Designs: Great Britain, France, and China in the Global Governance of Nuclear Arms [New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 1996].
17 Canadian Institute of International Affairs International Journal, Summer 1996, table of contents. Nuclear Politics.



INTERNATIONAL ENTITIES

International Organizations International Conferences Other Data Sources
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1 International Atomic Energy Agency
+ The IAEA safeguards system.
+ IAEA Statute
2 Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
3 United Nations. Department of Disarmament Affairs.
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4 UN Conference on Disarmament.
+ UN CD: Weapons of Mass Destruction.
5 2005 NPT Review Conference, 2-27 May 2005, United Nations, NY.
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6 UN General Assembly 59th Session (2004).
+ UN General Assembly 59th Session (2004), First Committee: Disarmament & International Security.



PERSONAL NUCLEAR PAGES

Sites & Pages Sites & Pages Sites & Pages
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1 Todd's Atomic Home Page [Todd Postma, University of California, Berkeley, California]
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2 Jayne Loader's Public Shelter [On the CD-ROM & Atomic Cafe &c.]



PRIVATE GROUPS

Sites & Pages Sites & Pages Sites & Pages
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1 Arms Control Association [Washington]
2 BASIC [British-American Security Information Council][London & Washington]
3 CDI [Center for Defense Information][Washington]
4 The Acronym Institute [Issues Disarmament Diplomacy]. Site includes a very useful page on the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and its ongoing review process.
5 Federation of American Scientists [Washington]
6 International School On Disarmament and Research on Conflicts [ISODARCO] [Rome]
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7 Natural Resources Defense Council [NRDC] [Washington]
+ NRDC Nuclear Data Detailed tables of nuclear systems.
8 NGO Committee on Disarmament
9 Nuclear Control Institute
10 Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs
11 Radiation Effects Research Foundation [Hiroshima]
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12 Stockholm International Peace Research Institute [SIPRI]
13 UCS [Union of Concerned Scientists][Cambridge & Washington]
14 Unione Scienziati Per Il Disarmo [Italian Union of Scientists for Disarmament][Milano]
15 United States Institute of Peace
16 Nuclear Threat Initiative.



QUOTABLE STATEMENTS

Date Author Summary and Links
96.12.04 Lee Butler and Andrew Goodpaster The New York Times quoted them as saying that the United States and Russia should move toward “complete elimination of nuclear weapons from all nations.” Times despatch.
97.01.20 Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto [Japan] Prime Minister Hashimoto delivered his Policy Speech on the opening of the 140th session of the Diet . He said “I will ensure civilian control and observe[the] three nonnuclear principles” and that “As the only state which has experienced atomic bombing, Japan will make efforts for the early opening of negotiations over the conclusion of a treaty, which bans the production of nuclear materials to be used to produce nuclear weapons, in a bid to prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and conventional arms. As such, our nation will take the initiative in creating a world without nuclear arms.”
97.01.20 President Bill Clinton [United States] In his Second Inaugural Address President Clinton spoke of "“a land of new promise.” In this “new land,” he said, “We will stand mighty for peace and freedom, and maintain a strong defense against terror and destruction. Our children will sleep free from the threat of nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons.”



RESEARCH CENTERS

Sites & Pages Sites & Pages Sites & Pages
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1 Stockholm International Peace Research Institute [SIPRI]
2 University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation [La Jolla, California]
3 Stanford University Center for International Security and Cooperation [Palo Alto, California]
4 Programme for Promoting Nuclear Non-Proliferation [PPNN] [Mountbatten Centre for International Studies, University of Southampton]
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5 Center for Nonproliferation Studies [Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, California]
6 Centre for Defence & International Security Studies [Henley-on-Thames, UK]
7 United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research [UNIDIR][Geneva]
8 Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies/L’Institut canadien d’Études stratégiques
9 Nautilus Institute
[Berkeley, California]
10 Global Collaborative on Denuclearization Design [GC.DD]
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11 Center for Security Studies and Conflict Resolution [Zurich]
12 International Institute for Strategic Studies [London]
13 Henry L. Stimson Center [Washington]
14 VERTIC [Verification Research, Training and Information Centre][London]
15 CIIA Canadian Institute of International Affairs



TREATIES [Links] Links to other sites with ongoing links to treaties.

Sites & Pages Sites & Pages Sites & Pages
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1 United Nations: Treaties . Multilateral Arms Regulation and Disarmament Agreements.
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Multilaterals Project Rules of warfare; arms control. [Fletcher School]
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US Department of State. Bureau of Arms Control. Treaties and Agreements.



TREATIES

Nuclear Systems Nuclear Proliferation,
Testing & Zones
Other Key Arms
Control Treaties
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1 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty [ABM] [1972]
+ ABM Protocol [1974]
+ ABM Treaty Page [US Department of State]
2 Intermediate Nuclear Forces [INF] [8 December 1987] [1 June 1988]
3 SALT I Interim Agreement [Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty I] [SALT I] [26 May 1972]
4 Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty II[SALT II] [18 June 1979] [not ratified]
5 Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty I[START I]
6 Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty II [Start II]
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7 Antarctic Treaty [1 December 1959]
8 Outer Space Treaty [27 January 1967]
9 Limited Test Ban Treaty [LTBT] [1963]
10 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty [NPT] [1968][1970]
11 Treaty of Tlatelolco [Latin American Nuclear Weapons Free Zone] [14 February 1967]
12 Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty [CTBT] [10 September 1996] Preparatory Commission fo the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization. Links to [html] and [pdf] versions.
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13 Biological [Bacteriological] Weapons Convention. Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacterioloigical (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction. [BWC] [1972]
14 Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe [CFE]. Federation of American Scientists’ explanation and links.
15 Chemical Weapons Convention [CWC] [13 January 1993][1997] [.



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NUCLEAR POLICY STUDIES: GRAPHICS & TEXTS: LINKS:
Nuclear Designs: Great Britain, France, and China in the Global Governance of Nuclear Arms
[Transaction Publishers, 1996]

British SSBNs

French SNLEs
Denuclearization Links to other sites and Web-accessible documents on nuclear abolition and arms control. [12 January 1997].
"Comprehensive Test Ban" [28 February 1996] and a 21 June 1996 addendum on China's CTB policy. The Acheson-Lilienthal Report [16 March 1946]: Report on the International Control of Atomic Energy. Re CTB