1st Edition

Preventing the Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction

By Eric Herring Copyright 2000
    200 Pages
    by Routledge

    200 Pages
    by Routledge

    These studies concentrate on preventing the use of weapons of mass destruction. A common argument runs through all of the papers: that, while complacency must be avoided, much of the post-Cold War focus among Western governments on the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction is alarmist.

    Contemporary Security Policy

    "refreshing and provocative reading"

    "In an increasingly dangerous world, we need hard thinking about the issues of war and peace. This book, based on a Journal of Strategic Studies special issue, usefully raises the questions of what these dangers are."

    - Unison Journals, Tribune, Morning Star and Voice of the Unions


    Eric Herring