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Networked NonproliferationMaking the NPT Permanent$
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Michal Onderco

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9781503628922

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: January 2022

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9781503628922.001.0001

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Postextension Politics of the NPT

Postextension Politics of the NPT

(p.93) 6 Postextension Politics of the NPT
Networked Nonproliferation

Michal Onderco

Stanford University Press

The final chapter looks at the postextension politics of the NPT. In particular, this chapter looks at the interpretation and reinterpretation of the commitments undertaken in 1995. It provides a brief history of the post-1995 policy innovations within the NPT regime, with a focus on the additional commitments adopted in 2000 and 2010. It also looks at how these commitments adopted in 1995 have held up twenty-five years after the passing of the indefinite extension. Chapter 6 closes by looking at the US networked power in 2020, analyzing the degree to which US alliances can (and do) provide support for US nuclear policy today.

Keywords:   nonproliferation, NPT, treaty, Thirteen Practical Steps, TPNW, 2010 NPT Action Plan

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