Securing Compliance with Arms Control Agreements
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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This project will investigate four historical cases of arms control noncompliance to gain a better understanding of why noncompliance occurs and how it might be prevented or reversed. The problem of noncompliance with arms control agreements tends to receive less attention and analysis than that devoted to the agendas, proposals, negotiations, and verification for these agreements. Results from this study should be of interest to the community of government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and academic scholars that deals with arms control issues, as well as to members of the general public, especially in light of media coverage of Russian, Syrian, and potentially Iranian cheating on WMDrelated agreements.
Performer: National Institute for Public Policy (NIPP) Project Lead: Kurt Guthe Project Cost: $145,565 FY16–17