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Herbert L. Abrams. Sources of Human Instability in the Handling of Nuclear Weapons. 1986.

Theodore A. Postol. Possible Fatalities from Superfires Following Nuclear Attacks in or near Urban Areas. 1986.

From the Northeast Asia-United States Forum on International Policy

Occasional Papers

John Wilson Lewis. Political Networks and the Chinese Policy Process. 1986. 

David C. Mowery and Nathan Rosenberg. The Japanese Commercial Aircraft Industry Since 1945: Government Policy, Technical Development, and Industrial Structure. 1985.

Special Reports

Thomas Fingar. Modernizing China's Electronics Industry: Prospects for U.S. Business. 1985.

Daniel I. Okimoto, Henry S. Rowen, and Michael J. Dahl. The Semiconductor Competition and National Security. 1987.

Working Papers

Lawrence J. Lau. Economics and China. 1989.

Takashi Obata. Japanese Defense Technology and the FS-X Controversy. 1988. 


Daniel I. Okimoto. Regime Characteristics of Japanese Industrial Policy. 1987).

From Other Publishers

Coit D. Blacker. Reluctant Warriors: The United States, the Soviet Union, and Arms Control. New York: W.H. Freeman and Company, 1987.

Coit D. Blacker and Gloria Duffy, editors. International Arms Control: Issues and Agreements. Second edition. ISIS Studies in International Security and Arms Control. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1984.

Compliance and the Future of Arms Control. Report of a project sponsored by the Center for International Security and Arms Control and Global Outlook, Gloria Duffy, project director. Cambridge: Ballinger Publishing Company, 1988.

Sidney D. Drell. Facing the Threat of Nuclear Weapons. Revised edition. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1989.

Sidney D. Drell, Philip J. Farley, and David Holloway. The Reagan Strategic Defense Initiative: A Technical, Political, and Arms Control Assessment. Cambridge: Ballinger Publishing Company, 1985.

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