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The Evolution of Nuclear Strategy : Studies in International Security - Lawrence Freedman

The Evolution of Nuclear Strategy

Studies in International Security

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'...Lawrence Freedman has provided a masterly account of the evolution of nuclear strategic thought which is steeped in scholarship, elegantly written, and comprehensive in scope.' Edward M.Spiers, Times Higher Education Supplement

First and Second Thoughts
The Arrival of the Bomb
Offence and Defence
Aggression and Retaliation
Towards a Policy of Deterrence
Strategy for an Atomic Monopoly
Strategy for an Atomic Stalemate
Massive Retaliation
Limited War
Limited Objectives
Limited Means
The Fear of Surprise Attack
The Importance of Being First
Sputniksand the Soviet Threat
The Technological Arms Race
The Strategy of Stable Conflict
The Formal Strategists
Arms Control
Bargaining and Escalation
From Counterforce to Assured Destruction
City-Avoidance
Assured Destruction
The Soviet Approach to Deterrence
The Chinese Connection
The European Dimension
A Conventional Defence for Europe
The European Nuclear Option (i) Anglo-Saxon Views
The European Nuclear Option (ii) French and German Views
Retreat from Assured Destruction
Military-Industrial Complexities
The Consensus Undermine
Parity
Selective Options
The Reagan Administration and the Great Nuclear Debate
After the Cold War
The Threat Evaporates
Rogues and Rebels
The Threat Evaporates
The Second Nuclear Age
Can There Be a Nuclear Strategy?
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ISBN: 9780333414156
ISBN-10: 0333414152
Series: Studies in International Security
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 522
Published: 1st September 1989
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 16.23  x 3.45
Weight (kg): 0.78
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised