Resources are organized in chronological order

Link | Kissinger (1960) ‘Arms Control, Inspection and Surprise Attack,’ Foreign Affairs, July 1960

Link | Brennan (1960) ‘Setting and Goals of Arms Control,’ Daedalus, 89(4) 681-707

Link | Bowie (1960) ‘Basic Requirements of Arms Control,’ Daedalus, 89(4) 708-722

Link | Feld (1960) ‘Inspection Techniques of Arms Control,’ Daedalus, 89(4) 860-878

Link | Schelling (1960) ‘Reciprocal Measures for Arms Stabilization,’ Daedalus, 89(4) 892-914

Link | Wiesner (1960) ‘Comprehensive Arms-Limitation Systems,’ Daedalus, 89(4) 915-950

Link | Schelling (1962) ‘The Role of Deterrence in Total Disarmament,’ Foreign Affairs, 40(3) 392-406

Link | Kahn & Dibble (1967) ‘Criteria for Long-range Nuclear Control Policies,’ California Law Review, 55(2) 473-492

Link | Brodie (1976) ‘On the Objectives of Arms Control,’ International Security, 1(1) 17-36

Link | Gray (1977) ‘Arms Control in a Nuclear World?’ The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 430 (Mar. 1977), 110-121

Link |  Thomson (1982) The Future of Nuclear Arms Control  (RAND P6804)

Link | Schelling (1985) ‘What Went Wrong With Arms Control?’ Foreign Affairs (Winter 1985/86)

Link | Bundy, Kennan, McNamara and Smith (1986) ‘Reykjavik’s Grounds for Hope: A basis for progress on arms,’ The New York Times, 19 October, 1986

Link | Fascell (1987) ‘Congress and Arms Control,’ Foreign Affairs, Spring 1987

Link | Wohlstetter (1987) ‘Swords without Shields,’ The National Interest, No.8 (Summer) 31-57

Link | Schelling (1991) ‘The Thirtieth Year,’ Daedalus, 120(1) 21-31

Link | Jervis (1993) ‘Arms Control, Stability and Causes of War,’ Political Science Quarterly, 108(2) 239-253

Link | Canberra Commission on the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons (including Robert McNamara)

Link | General G. Lee Butler (1999) ‘Ending the Nuclear Madness,’ Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

Link | Perkovich & Lefever (2000) ‘Loose Nukes: Arms Control is No Place for Folly,’ Foreign Affairs, Nov/Dec 2000

Link | Kissinger, Nunn, Perry &Shultz (2008) ‘Toward a Nuclear-Free World,’ Wall Street Journal, 15 January

Link | Daalder & Lodal (2008) ‘The Logic of Zero: Toward a World without nuclear weapons,’ Foreign Affairs, 87(6) 80-95

Link | Perkovich & Acton (2008) Abolishing Nuclear Weapons, The Adelphi Papers, 48:396, 7-14 (included in Abolishing Nuclear Weapons: A Debate, 2009, below)

Link | Perkovich & Acton (eds.) (2009) Abolishing Nuclear Weapons: A Debate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (includes Lawrence Freedman, Frank Miller, Scott Sagan, Jonathan Schell)

Link | Schelling (2009) ‘A World Without Nuclear Weapons?’ Daedalus, 138(4) 124-129

Link | Krepon (2010) ‘Negotiating the Limited Test Ban Treaty,’ Arms Control Wonk

Link | Schaub & Forsyth (2010) ‘An Arsenal We Can All Live With,’ The New York Times, 23 May, 2010

Link | Sagan & Waltz (2010) ‘Is Nuclear Zero the Best Option?’ The National Interest, 109 (Sep/Oct 2010), pp.88-96

Link | Blair (2012) Modernizing US Nuclear Strategy Force Structure and Posture, Global Zero US Nuclear Policy Commission Report

Link | Krepon (2012) ‘Verification, Risk and Nuclear Testing,’ Arms Control Wonk 

Link | Payne (2012) ‘Ridiculing Nuclear Deterrence: A Pathway to Global Zero’, Panel on Nuclear Arms Control and Strategic Deterrence, annual meeting of the International Studies Association

Link | Goodby & Pifer (2015) ‘Nuclear Non-Proliferation: We must keep working for a world without nuclear weapons,’ Brookings Institution

Link | Perry (2016) ‘Why It’s Safe to Scrap America’s ICBMs,’ The New York Times, 30 September, 2016