For many nations, the end of the Cold War ended the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction (WMD). Yet while the chances of a superpower confrontation have shrunk to near invisibility, the WMD threat persists. Now, however, the danger is posed by states and nonstate actors determined to acquire such weapons despite a global nonproliferation regime that guards against their spread.
Issues & Insights Vol. 06 – No. 04
January 26, 2006