Technical and economic considerations no longer prevent the
acquisition of nuclear weapons by nations that do not have them.
The technology is now widely known and generally accessible, and
the cost is not prohibitive. For an increasing number of nations a
decision to develop nuclear weapons rests on political and
strategic factors. This book contains essays from a 1978
colloquium, jointly sponsored by the Central Intelligence Agency
and the Department of Defense, that brought together 50 people from
the academic, research organization, intelligence, and national
security policymaking communities to discuss the essays and the
questions generated by them.
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