“The Day After...” Study: Nuclear Proliferation in the Post-Cold War World Volume I, Summary Report
Jan 1, 1993
Nuclear Proliferation in the Post-Cold War World Volume III, Exercise Materials
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This Annex to the “Day After...” project reports on the implications of nuclear proliferation for U.S. national security. This volume contains the materials that the exercise participants used, as well as instructions on how to conduct the exercise. These materials were separated from the reports so that they might be used (with the main report) for college and graduate-level national security studies.
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