Interpreting the nuclear non proliferation treaty daniel h joyner provides a highly topical analysis in the light of israeli and american fears over irans continuing nuclear programme the issue of nuclear non proliferation has become ever more pressing. The treaty on the non proliferation of nuclear weapons commonly known as the non proliferation treaty or npt is an international treaty whose objective is to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons technology the iaea board of governors rejected this interpretation. The 1968 treaty on the non proliferation of nuclear weapons npt which was extended indefinitely in 1995 provides a comprehensive legal structure of rights and obligations designed to protect mankind from nuclear aggression and accidental extinction. Debating disarmament interpreting article vi of the treaty on the non proliferation of nuclear weapons christopher a ford the author offers a close analysis of article vi of the treaty on the non proliferation of nuclear. Reviewed by norman a wulf interpreting the nuclear non proliferation treaty by daniel h joyner oxford university press 2011 224 pp throughout his new book daniel h joyner makes clear that he has a thesis that he seeks to prove
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