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International Arms Control Research Guide

This guide supports research in the international law of arms control in both primary and secondary materials.

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Additional Resources

Georgetown Law Library subscribes to several databases that are useful to research in this topic.

  • Digital National Security Archive
    This has as many collections that include images of declassified primary documents, including top-secret materials. You can search the entire database or only within a specific collection. Some collections that are relevant to disarmament and arms control are the Cuban Missile Crisis 1962U.S. Nuclear History: Nuclear Arms and Politics in the Missile Age 1955-1968, and U.S. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Policy 1945-1991.
  • OECD iLibrary
    This is the only comprehensive database of OECD publications and include statistics, public policy research and economics data. On the home page on the left side of the page, under "Browse", and then under "Theme", you can select "Nuclear Energy" as one of the options.
  • SIPRI (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute)
    This website has several databases, which focus on "conflicts, arms transfers and military expenditure and economic and social statistics."