, Volume 86, Number 2

Nick Ritchie
Nuclear disarmament processes are likely to involve a complex mix of actors, issues and interests. The article examines this complexity through a sociological lens using Britain as a case-study, where relinquishing a nuclear capability has become a realistic option for a variety of strategic, political and economic reasons.

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