McCausland, Jeffrey D. "Conventional Arms Control." In Arms Control: Toward the 21st Century, Jeffrey A. Larsen and Gregory J. Rattray (eds.), 138-154. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner, 1996.
As we approach the next millennium, however, we must be aware that the demands placed on this instrument have expanded beyond improving security, saving money, and reducing damage in war. Some experts believe it can assist in the settlement of traditional quarrels as well a ethnic struggles that have reappeared since the end of the Cold War (McCausland 152).
Achievements in other arms control arenas have demonstrated that nations are willing to endure intrusive inspections in order to achieve a higher level of security. In the next few years, nations will reveal whether they are willing to extend the concept of openness to biological facilities and activities (Chevrier and Smithson 221).