New technological developments and the non-proliferation regime : Redirecting and constraining R&D: the case of the laser fusion, laser isotope separation, and the use of highly enriched uranium

Annette Schaper, Wolfgang Liebert, Willem A. Smit, Boelem Elzen

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Title of host publicationControlling the Development and Spread of Military Technology. Lessons from the Past and Challenges for the 1990s
EditorsHans Günther Brauch
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherVU University Press
Pages121-138
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)9053831037
Publication statusPublished - 1992

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Schaper, A., Liebert, W., Smit, W. A., & Elzen, B. (1992). New technological developments and the non-proliferation regime : Redirecting and constraining R&D: the case of the laser fusion, laser isotope separation, and the use of highly enriched uranium. In H. G. Brauch (Ed.), Controlling the Development and Spread of Military Technology. Lessons from the Past and Challenges for the 1990s (pp. 121-138). Amsterdam: VU University Press.
Schaper, Annette ; Liebert, Wolfgang ; Smit, Willem A. ; Elzen, Boelem. / New technological developments and the non-proliferation regime : Redirecting and constraining R&D: the case of the laser fusion, laser isotope separation, and the use of highly enriched uranium. Controlling the Development and Spread of Military Technology. Lessons from the Past and Challenges for the 1990s. editor / Hans Günther Brauch. Amsterdam : VU University Press, 1992. pp. 121-138
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Schaper, A, Liebert, W, Smit, WA & Elzen, B 1992, New technological developments and the non-proliferation regime : Redirecting and constraining R&D: the case of the laser fusion, laser isotope separation, and the use of highly enriched uranium. in HG Brauch (ed.), Controlling the Development and Spread of Military Technology. Lessons from the Past and Challenges for the 1990s. VU University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 121-138.

New technological developments and the non-proliferation regime : Redirecting and constraining R&D: the case of the laser fusion, laser isotope separation, and the use of highly enriched uranium. / Schaper, Annette; Liebert, Wolfgang; Smit, Willem A.; Elzen, Boelem.

Controlling the Development and Spread of Military Technology. Lessons from the Past and Challenges for the 1990s. ed. / Hans Günther Brauch. Amsterdam : VU University Press, 1992. p. 121-138.

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Schaper A, Liebert W, Smit WA, Elzen B. New technological developments and the non-proliferation regime : Redirecting and constraining R&D: the case of the laser fusion, laser isotope separation, and the use of highly enriched uranium. In Brauch HG, editor, Controlling the Development and Spread of Military Technology. Lessons from the Past and Challenges for the 1990s. Amsterdam: VU University Press. 1992. p. 121-138