The U.S.-China Nuclear Agreement: A Failure of Executive Policymaking and Congressional Oversight

Homer, Daniel
Leventhal, Paul

Volume 11, Issue 1. Winter The agreement for nuclear cooperation signed by the United States and China in July 1985 is a watershed for U.S. policy on preventing the spread of nuclear weapons. It provides an important barometer of the current commitment in Washington to the requirements of U.S. nonproliferation law and sets a precedent for future U.S. nuclear agreements. The... read more

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