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Call # KZ5665 .S23 1992
Author Schrag, Philip G., 1943-
Title Global action : nuclear test ban diplomacy at the end of the Cold War / Philip G. Schrag
Imprint Boulder : Westview Press, 1992
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 INTL  KZ5665 .S23 1992    LOST
 SPEC COLL  Faculty Publication    SCRR USE ONLY


Descript. xvi, 232 : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Nuclear weapons -- Testing
Nuclear arms control
OCLC # 25164889
Table of Contents
 List of Acronyms 
 Note on Sources and National Actors 
1Thirty Years of Frustration7
  Eisenhower, Macmillan, and Khrushchev: 1954-608
  Kennedy and Khrushchev: 1961-6315
  The Viet Nam and Watergate Years: 1964-7619
  Carter and Brezhnev: 1977-8023
  Reagan and Brezhnev27
  The Missed Opportunities29
2From Concept to Conference Call43
  Tovish, Grimsson, and PGA43
  A New Idea47
  The Campaign Begins49
  Grimsson's Odyssey52
  Appeasing the Sorcerers54
3The Year of Skirmishes73
  PGA's Evolving Strategy73
  The Bush Administration's Policy77
  Mexico's New Resolution78
  Caucuses and Chitchatting82
  Further American Retreats83
  The Procedural Compromises86
  Activists and Legislators89
4The Meeting101
  Opening Session101
  Policy Statements104
  Negotiations over Procedure109
  Byplay at the Fringes116
  Public Relations118
  Closing Session120
  International Politics127
  Domestic Politics131
  The Parliamentarians' Tour133
6The Conference139
  The General Assembly Resolution141
  The Western Strategy144
  The Numbers Game146
  More Markers148
  The First Non-Aligned Caucus149
  The American Hard Line151
  Delegate and Critics153
  Politics at the Mid-Point154
  The Paradox of Time156
  On-Stage and Off-Stage158
  The Second Non-Aligned Caucus160
  The President's Draft and the Non-Aligned Response161
  The Endgame166
  Procedure and Substance179
  The End of Nuclear Testing185
 Appendix A: Treaty Banning Nuclear-Weapon Tests in the Atmosphere, in Outer Space, and Under Water209
 Appendix B: Amendment Proposal213
 Appendix C: List of States Requesting the Convening of the Amendment Conference215
 Appendix D: Successive Formulations Regarding the Future of the Amendment Conference217
 Appendix E: Roll Call Vote on the Decision of the Conference, January 18, 1991219