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Arms Control: A Survey and Appraisal of Multilateral Agreements

Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN 0-85066-172-2
238 pp.

This book is published on the occasion of the 1978 UN General Assembly special session devoted to disarmament.

The multilateral arms control agreements reached since World War II are reviewed, assessed and reproduced in the book. The status of the implementation of these agreements is presented in a summary table. The most important of the bilateral arms control agreements are summarized. Comprehensive up-to-date reference material concerning arms control has been compiled and is presented for the convenience of the reader.




1. A critical review of the multilateral arms control agreements

2. Multilateral arms control agreements

3. Status of the implementation of multilateral arms control agreements, as of 31 December 1977


Appendix A. Member states of the United Nations and other states party to the major arms control agreements

Appendix B. Major UN General Assembly arms control resolutions adopted in the Disarmament Decade of the 1970s, and the record of voting

Appendix C. Notifications of military manoeuvres in compliance with the Final Act of the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe

Appendix D. Nuclear explosions, 1945-77

Appendix E. Summaries of bilateral arms control agreements, 1963-77