In this paper, I study the Programme for Promoting Nuclear NonProliferation (PPNN), which provided the prime platform for discussing matters of nuclear non-proliferation starting from the 1980s up until the late 1990s. Using newly available archival materials, as well as private papers from the group’s key participants, the paper illuminates the case of the PPNN as a specific platform for the creation and spread of non-proliferation knowledge. The paper also analyses methods for spreading such knowledge, and demonstrates how the group functioned from within.

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Keywords Non-proliferation treaty, nuclear proliferation, transnational groups
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/1765/119757
Journal The International History Review
Citation
Onderco, M. (2019). The Programme for Promoting Nuclear Non-Proliferation and the NPT extension in 1995. The International History Review. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/119757