Table of contents for Weapons of mass destruction / Lauri S. Friedman, book editor.

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Chapter 1: Do Weapons of Mass Destruction Pose a Serious Threat?
1-1 The U.S. Is Likely to Be Attacked with Weapons of Mass Destruction
K. Chandler. 
1-2 The U.S. Is Not Likely to Be Attacked with Weapons of Mass Destruction
William M. Arkin
1-3 Iraq Possessed Weapons of Mass Destruction
	
Rick Santorum 
1-4 Iraq Did Not Posses Weapons of Mass Destruction
Alan Reynolds 
 
 
Chapter 2: How Can the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction Be 
Prevented?
2-1 The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Can Prevent the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction
Stephen G. Rademaker 
2-2 The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Cannot Prevent the Spread of Weapons of Mass 
Destruction
Liaquat Ali Khan 
2-3 International Cooperation Will Prevent the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction
George W. Bush 
2-4 Nothing Can Prevent the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction
William Langewiesche
 
Chapter 3: How Should Rogue Nations Who Seek Weapons of Mass 
Destruction Be Dealt With?
3-1 Military Action Could Prevent Iran from Acquiring Weapons of Mass Destruction
	William Kristol
3-2 Military Action Should Not Be Undertaken Against Iran 
M.M. Eskandari-Qajar
3-3 Sanctions Will Force North Korea to Give Up its Weapons of Mass Destruction
United Nations Resolution 1718 
3-4 Sanctions Will Not Force North Korea to Give Up its Weapons of Mass Destruction
Nicholas D. Kristoff 
3-5 Diplomacy Will Force North Korea to Give Up its Weapons of Mass Destruction
Robert L. Gallucci
3-6 Bribery Will Force North Korea to Give Up its Weapons of Mass Destruction 
 
Gwynne Dyer 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Weapons of mass destruction.