Averting a Latin American Nuclear Arms Race

New Prospects and Challenges for Argentine-Brazil Nuclear Co-operation

  • Paul L. Leventhal
  • Sharon Tanzer

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Paul Leventhal, Sharon Tanzer
    Pages 1-8
  3. Sharon Tanzer
    Pages 9-46
  4. Julio C. Carasales, Oliveiros S. Ferreira, John R. Redick, Hector Gros Espiell
    Pages 47-75
  5. Fernando A. S. Henning, José Bernal Castro, Samuel Edlow, Walter Cibils
    Pages 76-115
  6. William A. Higinbotham, Helen M. Hunt, Milton M. Hoenig, Miguel Estrada Oyuela, Bernardino Coelho Pontes, Gerardo Quintana et al.
    Pages 116-152
  7. Marvin M. Miller, Carlos Castro Madero, José Goldemberg
    Pages 153-170
  8. Martin Gomez Bustillo, Edmundo Fujita, Thomas Davies
    Pages 171-196
  9. Roberto García Moritán, José Felicio, Victor Gilinsky, Hector Gros Espiell
    Pages 197-213
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 214-257

About this book


Viewed by experts as being on the threshold of acquiring nuclear weapons, Argentina and Brazil have recently taken steps to assure each other their nuclear programs are entirely peaceful. This reports on a 1989 conference that anticipated these events and explored the approaches being taken today.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Paul L. Leventhal
    • 1
  • Sharon Tanzer
    • 1
  1. 1.Nuclear Control InstituteWashington, DCUSA

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