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The idea of space control and the militarization or weaponization of space has becomeincreasingly prominent in contemporary society. This book puts the widely-held view that'arms control in space is not feasible' to the test and aims to explore how, and under whatconditions, arms control in space is feasible and could become a reality. Developing ahypothesis on the general conditions for preventive arms control, Mutschler uses three majortheoretical approaches to international relations, neoliberal institutionalism, neorealism, andconstructivism, and examines the unsuccessful case of arms control regarding space weaponsand the successful case of arms control in the field of Anti-Ballistic Missiles (ABMs).
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