Editor-in-Chief: Dr Randall Caroline
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Contributing Editors: Matt Hoey, Courtney Stewart,
Douglas Thacher, David Zikusoka, Tristan Clerihew, Chris Bragg,
and Paul Heroux
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First published in 1982, the Arms Control Reporter covers
efforts to limit all types of weapons: nuclear, biological,
and chemical, conventional major weapons, small arms and light
weapons, land mines, and other topics.
For every topic, Reporter coverage begins with a Status ("a")
section, which describes the current state of that negotiation
or treaty. The Status section summarizes the treaty provisions
or the negotiating positions of the parties; it analyzes recent
developments; and it outlines the negotiating schedule and
issues. With rare exceptions, Status sections are updated
just once a year.
Next for each topic there is a Chronology ("b")
section, which comprises the bulk of the Reporter content.
This gives a day-by-day account of the negotiating positions
of each party, and reports on relevant weapon developments
and other events.
In addition, for most topics the Reporter provides supplementary
- "Views," excerpts from key opinion pieces by experts
- "Docs," reproductions of official documents ("d"
- "Data," sections that analyze the weapons or technology
involved ("e" sections).
The arms control field is littered with obscure terms, acronyms,
and abbreviations. Our Glossary provides a helpful guide to
unfamiliar acronyms and abbreviations, as well as all source
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