Assuming a movement towards detente, East-West Arms Control assesses the role and relevance of arms control in an era of rapidly eroding bipolarity and East-West confrontation. It takes a sober look at the significance of what has been achieved so far, where the arms control process is currently heading and what prospects and challenges the Western Alliance will face.
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Introduction and Acknowledgements David Dewitt and Hans Rattinger Part One: Arms Control, NATO Strategy and Alliance Politics 1. Strategy, Arms Control and Reassurance: Dilemmas in German-American Security Relations Herbert Dittgen 2. The Political and Strategic Implications of the INF Treaty for NATO Paul Buteux Part Two: Arms Control after the INF Treaty 3. Requirements for Successful Negotiations on Force Reductions in Europe Jonathan Dean 4. Security and Arms Control in Europe: A German Perspective Dieter Mahncke Part Three: The Role of Confidence Building Measures 5. Confidence and Security Building Measures: An Evolving East-West Security Regime? Volker Rittberger , Manfred Efinger and Martin Mendler 6. Confidence Building Processes--CSCE and MBFR: A Review and Assessment James Macintosh Part Four: Public Opinion, Domestic Politics and Arms Control 7. The INF Agreement and Public Opinion in West Germany Hans Rattinger 8. Towards an Anti-Nuclear Consensus: West Germany, INF, and the Future of Nuclear Arms Control in Europe Thomas Risse-Kapan 9. Up (or down) on Arms: American and Canadian Public Attitudes in the Mid-1980s Don Munton Part Five: European Arms Control in the 1990s 10. CFE, Germany, and the Future of Europe Roger Hill and Robin Hay Appendix: Final Communiques, NATO and WTO summits 1988 - 1990 Index