Het nucleaire non-proliferatie regime. Een Beschrijving en Evaluatie na de Koude Oorlog. (Katrien Hadermann)


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Lijst van afkortingen


CD: Conference on Disarmament

CIA: Central Intelligence Agency

CTBT: Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty

D3: de drie ‘de facto’ nucleaire wapenstaten, India, Pakistan en Israël

DPRK: Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

ECR: export controle regime

EU: Europese Unie

G8: Group of Eight

IAEA: Internationaal Atoomenergie Agentschap

IO: internationale organisatie

MNO: Multilaterale Nucleaire Overeenkomst

MTCR: Missile Technology Control Regime

MVW: massavernietigingswapens

NGO: niet-gouvernementele organisaties

NNPR: Nucleair Non-Proliferatie Regime

NNWS: niet-nucleaire wapenstaat

NPV: Non-Proliferatie Verdrag

NSG: Nuclear suppliers Group

NSS: National Security Strategy

NWS: nucleaire wapenstaat

NWVZ: nucleaire wapenvrije zones

PrepCom: Preparatory Committee

PSI: Proliferation Security Initiative

PTBT: Partial Test Ban Treaty

SORT: Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty

SU: Sovjet-Unie

VK: Verenigd Koninkrijk

VN: Verenigde Naties

VS: Verenigde Staten


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