Nuclear Strategy, Arms Control, And The Future

Nuclear Strategy, Arms Control, And The Future

 
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Publisher: Routledge
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ISBN13:9780367155902
ISBN10:0367155907
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:396 pages
Weight:731 g
Language:English
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Long description:
Balanced and comprehensive in approach, this text assembles classic statements on nuclear strategy and arms control made by Soviet and U.S. policymakers, military thinkers, and opinion leaders during the last forty years. Major Soviet statements, rarely appearing in translation, reflect the disagreement over whether "victory" or "parity" is the goa

Balanced and comprehensive in approach, this text assembles classic statements on nuclear strategy and arms control made by Soviet and U.S. policymakers, military thinkers, and opinion leaders during the last forty years. Major Soviet statements, rarely appearing in translation, reflect the disagreement over whether "victory" or "parity" is the goa
Table of Contents:
Also of Interest -- Credits -- Preface -- The Fundamentals of Nuclear Strategy and Arms Control -- The Development of U.S. Nuclear Strategy -- The Early Years: 1946-1953 -- The Years of Plenty: 1954-1973 -- The Effects of Vulnerability and Parity -- The Two Faces of Soviet Nuclear Strategy -- Victory and Parity -- Intermediate-Range Nuclear Force Controversies -- Europe and Asia -- Arms Control -- The Process -- The Agreements -- Morality and Nuclear Weapons -- Secular and Religious Views on the Moral Dimensions of Nuclear Strategy -- Strategy and Arms Control in the Future -- Strategy -- Arms Control -- Epilogue: The Soviet Union and the United States Resume Arms Control Negotiations