Etel Solingen’s <em>Nuclear Logics</em> and Muthiah Alagappa’s <em>The Long Shadow</em>

Etel Solingen's Nuclear Logics and Muthiah Alagappa's The Long Shadow

by Jacques E.C. Hymans, Jing-dong Yuan, Muthiah Alagappa, Deepti Choubrey, Christopher A. Ford, and Etel Solingen
January 4, 2009

Essays by Christopher A. Ford, Deepti Choubey, and Jacques E.C. Hymans are followed by the author’s response.

Proliferation Logics and Our Nuclear Future in the 21st Century
Christopher A. Ford

Path Not (Yet) Taken? Revisiting the Three East Asian Cases
Jing-dong Yuan

Updating the Story
Deepti Choubey

Two Visions of Nuclear Weapons in Asia
Jacques E.C. Hymans

Author’s Response: Of Theory, Method, and Policy Guideposts
Etel Solingen

Author’s Response: The Subject—Nuclear Weapons and Security in 21st Century Asia, not Nuclear Choices, Proliferation, or Nonproliferation Policy
Muthiah Alagappa

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