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Routledge Library Editions: International Security Studies

ISBN 9780367684990
Published May 31, 2021 by Routledge
6214 Pages

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Book Description

This set gathers together 23 previously out-of-print titles, all classic of original research. With a wide scope, they individually focus on topics that affect security on a global scale. Analyses take in the issues surrounding the estimation of foreign military power; international air and naval power; military modelling; military growth and weapons control; environmental impacts of war; and many more.

Table of Contents

1. Alternative Defence Policy Edited by Gordon Burt  2. Codebreaking and Signals Intelligence Edited by Christopher Andrew  3. A Dictionary of Military and Technological Abbreviations and Acronyms Bernhard Pretz  4. A Dictionary of Military Quotations Compiled by Trevor Royle  5. Encyclopedia of Modern War Roger Parkinson  6. Estimating Foreign Military Power Edited by Philip Towle  7. The European Community: A Superpower in the Making Johan Galtung  8. The Future of Air Power Neville Brown  9. The Future of Sea Power Eric Grove  10. The Influence of British Arms James H. Wyllie  11. Maritime Strategy for Medium Powers Rear Admiral J.R. Hill  12. Militarization and Arms Production Edited by Helena Tuomi and Raimo Väyrynen  13. Military Applications of Modeling Francis P. Hoeber  14. Military Intervention in Democratic Societies Edited by Peter J. Rowe & Christopher J. Whelan  15. A Preface to Peace Harold Callender  16. Problems of Contemporary Militarism Edited by Asbjørn Eide and Marek Thee  17. The Role and Control of Weapons in the 1990s Frank Barnaby  18. The Russian Secret Police Ronald Hingley  19. The Structure of the Defense Industry Edited by Nicole Ball and Milton Leitenberg  20. Superpowers in Economic Decline Richard Cohen and Peter A. Wilson  21. Warfare in a Fragile World SIPRI  22. Warfare in the Enemy's Rear Otto Heilbrunn  23. Weapons of Mass Destruction and the Environment SIPRI

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