4 edition of Arms control and the end of the Cold War found in the catalog.
Arms control and the end of the Cold War
by Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies in Claremont, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||P. Edward Haley, editor.|
|Series||Monograph series ;, no. 14, Monograph series (Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies) ;, no. 14.|
|Contributions||Haley, P. Edward.|
|LC Classifications||KZ5642 1990 .A76 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||260 p. :|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||2002000448|
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Mr. Khrushchev explained how the Russian people saw the U.S. and the arms race during the Cold War. Ms. Nixon Eisenhower described how President Nixon’s efforts helped end the Cold War. They. So Soviets' paranoia about this system, which wasn't going to work, and Reagan's fantasy about this system prevented what very well could have been the end of the Cold War, the end of the .
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That was in effect the end of arms control during the Cold War proper. There was to be a long hiatus before arms control negotiations got going again in earnest, and by that time, Gorbachev’s. The nuclear revolution, or MAD, predicts that after a certain point, nuclear competition is irrational, and arms racing should end.
Through an analysis of the Cold War, this book explains why the Author: Brendan Rittenhouse Green. A Times [UK] Book of the Year “The denouement is well known and well told in pointillist detail [an] admirably even-handed account, which offers a compendium of the expired /5(51). Nevertheless, arms-control efforts, particularly those between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War, proved useful in limiting the nuclear arms race, and, by the end of the 20th.
Introduction. This chapter begins by discussing what arms control is and why it has featured so prominently in world politics, even since the end of the Cold a discussion of the various. Let me begin with two dramatic arms control initiatives of the early Twentieth Century, which followed in the wake of “The Great War:” The Washington Naval Treaty of sought to.
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