Verification of arms control treaties is an important function of the national security community, a has been a key concern of arms negotiators as well as members of the Congress for a number of years. New types of verification procedures have been introduced recently, giving a prominent role to various types of on-site inspections. Such inspections can improve the verifiability of treaties a contribute to a better spirit of cooperation among treaty signatories. There have been concerns, however, that such measures could prove costly. This study addresses the costs of verification a compliance of five pending arms control accords. Charts a tables.Excluded were mobile homes or trailers, condominiums, houses with a business or medical office on the property, houses on ... Owner Costsa#39;a#39; and a#39;a#39;Selected Monthly Owner Costs as a Percentage of Household Income in 1989a#39;a#39; for units with a mortgage. ... A home equity loan is a line of credit available to the borrower that is secured by real estate. ... If the respondents answered that no first mortgage existed, but a second mortgage did (as in the above case with a home equity loan), anbsp;...
|Title||:||U. S. Costs of Verification and Compliance Under Pending Arms Treaties|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2008-04|