The Acronym Reports

These reports, sometimes referred to as 'Redbooks', from their covers, provide detailed analyses of the negotiations on the CTBT and NPT Review Process in detail. ACRONYM Reports Numbers 1 to 7 were published under the auspices of 'The Acronym Consortium', which dissolved in October 1995. They can be obtained from VERTIC, BASIC or
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ACRONYM Report number 8 and all subsequent reports are published by The Acronym Institute.

ACRONYM No 13 - The Non-Proliferation Treaty: Challenging Times. Analyses the issues confronting the States Parties to the Sith Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, New York, April 24 to May 19, 2000. The report is in four parts with an executive summary, with appendices including the NPT text, the States Party to the NPT, the 1995 decisions and the text of the UNSC Resolution 984 (1995) on Security Assurances. (ISBN 1 901732 03 7)

ACRONYM No 12 - Reviewing the Non-proliferation Treaty: Problems and Processes Analyses the conduct and outcome of the second preparatory committee meeting for the 2000 Review Conference. The report is in three parts with an executive summary. (ISBN 1 901732 02 9)

ACRONYM No 11 - Reviewing the NPT: Preparing for the Future Information, ideas and documents on the Strengthened Review Process of the NPT for participants to the second PrepCom, Geneva, 27 April to 8 May, 1998.(ISBN 1 901732 01 0)

ACRONYM No 10 - A Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Signed but not Sealed, a review of the CTBT Negotiations in the Conference on Disarmament January - September 1996, by Rebecca Johnson, May 1997 (ISBN 1 901732 00 2)

ACRONYM No 9 - Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: The Endgame a review of the CTBT Negotiations in the Conference on Disarmament January - March 1996, by Rebecca Johnson, April 1996 (ISBN 1 874533 27 X )

ACRONYM No 8 - Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: Now or Never, a report of the 1995 Conference on Disarmament Negotiations, by Rebecca Johnson, October 1995 (ISBN 1 874533 21 0)

ACRONYM No 7 - Indefinite Extension of the Non-Proliferation Treaty: Now or Never, a report of the 1995 NPT Review and Extension Conference, New York, 17 April - 12 May 1995, by Rebecca Johnson, September 1995 (ISBN 1 87453 20 2)

ACRONYM No 6 - Strengthening the Non-Proliferation Regime: Ends and Beginnings, a review of the First 1995 Session of negotiations at the Conference on Disarmament and an Assessment of Prospects for the NPT, by Rebecca Johnson, April 1995 (ISBN 1 874533 18 0)
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ACRONYM No 5 - Extending the Non-Proliferation Treaty: The Endgame, a report of the Fourth Preparatory Committee meeting of the NPT Review and Extenson Conference, New York, January 23-27 1995, by Rebecca Johnson, February 1995 (ISBN 1 874533 17 2)
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ACRONYM No 4 - Strengthening the Non-Proliferation Treaty: Decisions Made, Decisions Deferred, a report of the Third Preparatory meeting of the NPT Review and Extension Conference, Geneva, September 12-16 1994, by Rebecca Johnson, September 1994 (ISBN 0 9517485 8 0)
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ACRONYM No 3 - A Comprehensive Test Ban: Disappointing progress, a review of the 1994 Conference on Disarmament negotiations and an assessment of the NPT extension process, by Rebecca Johnson and Sean Howard, September 1994 (ISBN 1 874533 15 6)
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ACRONYM No 2 - A Comprehensive Test Ban: Setback for an early treaty, the second session of negotiations at the Conference on Disarmament, by Rebecca Johnson and Sean Howard, July 1994 (ISBN 0 874533 14 8)
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ACRONYM No 1 - A Comprehensive Test Ban Within Reach, the first session of negotiations at the Conference on Disarmament, by Rebecca Johnson and Sean Howard, May 1994 (ISBN 0 9517485 5 6) Not yet available on the web

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