This anthology constitutes an attempt to take stock of the debate on non-offensive defence after the Cold War, providing information on a research project that was initiated in 1985 at the Centre for Peace and Conflict Research in Copenhagen.
Table of Contents
Introduction Part One: NOD and Security Policy 1. Does NOD Have a Future in the Post–Cold War World? 2. Disarmament. Arms Control and NOD 3. Using Arms Control to Promote NOD in Europe Part Two: NOD and Military Planning 4. Conventional Stability and NOD 5. NOD and the Land Forces: Confidence–Building Defence for the New Europe 6. Weapons for Land Warfare 7. NOD in the Air 8. NOD at Sea 9. Is War Possible in Europe? The Limits of Warftghting Part Three: Regional Applications 10. NOD in the USSR and Successor States 11. NOD in the USSR and Its Successors 12. Eastern Europe and NOD 13. Germany and NOD 14. NOD and the Western Mediterranean 15. Neutral and Non–Aligned States in Europe and NOD 16. Southern Asia and NOD 17. NOD and the Asia–Pacific Region