This book, first published in 1984, carefully examine the political debate surrounding nuclear weapons and superpower polices in Cold War Western Europe. It seeks to analyse a distinctly European view in Soviet policy, as opposed to a superpower view. It examines Soviet domestic and foreign policy, economic and military practice, with the aim of understanding and countering the Soviet threat to Western Europe.
Table of Contents
Introduction Gerald Segal and Edwina Moreton Part 1. The Domestic Dimension 1. Soviet Ideology and Western Europe Karen Dawisha 2. Soviet Decision-Making and Western Europe Hannes Adomeit Part 2. The External Dimension 3. The United States Factor Lawrence Freedman 4. The German Factor Edwina Moreton 5. The China Factor Gerald Segal Part 3. Soviet Strategies 6. Military Strategy R.A. Mason 7. Economic Strategy Angela Stent 8. Arms Control Strategies Jane Sharp
Edwina Moreton and Gerald Segal