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Volume 82, Number 4, July 2006

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Contributors
pp. i-iii(3)

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Abstracts
pp. iv-vii(4)

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The future of United Kingdom nuclear weapons: shaping the debate
pp. 627-637(11)
Author: QUINLAN, MICHAEL

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Comfort blanket or weapon of war: what is Trident for?
pp. 639-650(12)
Author: MccGWIRE, MICHAEL

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The economics of UK nuclear weapons policy
pp. 675-684(10)
Author: HARTLEY, KEITH

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Labour and the bomb: the first 80 years
pp. 685-700(16)
Author: SCOTT, LEN

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France's new nuclear doctrine
pp. 701-721(21)
Author: YOST, DAVID S.

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Rebels without a cause: North Korea, Iran and the NPT
pp. 723-742(20)
Author: HUNTLEY, WADE L.

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Nuclear deterrence
pp. 771-784(14)
Author: MCCGWIRE, MICHAEL

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Letter to the Editor
pp. 785-786(2)
Author: Williams, Paul D.

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Book reviews
pp. 787-827(41)

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Books reviewed: July 2006
pp. 829-829(1)

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