|Title||Nuclear weapons and contemporary international law|
|Author||by Judge Nagendra Singh and Edward McWhinney|
|Imprint||Dordrecht : Martinus Nijhoff, 1989|
|Descript||xxvi, 611 p. ; 24 cm|
Nuclear weapons and customary international law -- Nuclear weapons and treaty laws -- Nuclear weapons and the law of war -- The Contemporary international law of disarmament -- East-West detent and the treaty-making approach to nuclear disarmament: the politic of little steps -- Fundamental East-West accommodation on nuclear disarmament: the politic of big steps (salt I and salt II) -- New arenas, new processes, in international law-making on nuclear disarmament -- The Illegality of nuclear weapons: contemporary international law doctrines -- Unilateral action and the international law norms of nuclear disarmament: the U.S. strategic defence initiative ('star wars) -- The Dynamic of contemporary international law-making, and the nuclear disarmament process -- Postscript: detente-disarmament resurrected?
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