This book is an outcome of the conference on 'The Future of NATO and Global Security,' in Brussels. It focused on classical issues of East-West relations, the two-way street in defense procurement, conventional military security, and nuclear issues-arms, doctrine, and arms control.
Table of Contents
0. Introduction Speeches 1. Issues Before the Atlantic Alliance 2. Leadership in the Alliance 3. An American Perspective 4. A Balancing View 5. The Economic Perspective 6. Remarks 7. Remarks Papers 8. The Soviet Dimension 9. Policies for Eastern Europe 10. The Global Economy in the 1980s: Underpinning the Structure of Security 11. Economic Security in the Third World 12. Rethinking Continental Defense: Coalition Defense Structure, Tactics, and Technologies 13. Security Issues Between the United States and Europe 14. Weapons, Doctrines, Arms Control, and Foreign Policy: Weaving a Seamless Web? 15. After Two Tracks: Integrating START and INF? 16. Citizens, Change, and Security: Sustaining the Consensus 17. Parliaments, Security, and Economic Choice 18. Tensions Within the West: The Middle East 19. The Central American Contingency: European and American Perspectives in the 1980s 20. Japan in the Pacific: The Structure of Security 21. Japan's Role as a Member of the Western Alliance