Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Studies
Edited by: Charlotte Beaucillon, Ferenc Dalonki-Veress, Paolo Foradori, Martin B. Malin, Leopoldo Nuti, Benoít Pelopidas
The aim of this series is to stimulate debate on non-proliferation and disarmament in the current international context, where the presence and the spread of weapons of mass destruction continue to pose a serious threat to world peace and security. The series seeks to disseminate the best scholarship by established experts and promote the research of outstanding scholars at the initial stages of their careers. The series takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of non-proliferation and disarmament, featuring work from history to political science and from law to science and technology, as well as work that bridges these and other related fields. It includes textbooks, research-based monographs, and edited volumes. All publications undergo rigorous peer-review based on an initial screening by the editors and anonymous refereeing by independent experts.