This volume is based on a series of papers delivered at the conference by specialists from the United States and both Eastern and Western Europe. It argues that arms control must shift its focus from quantities to qualities of weapons and attempt to constrain military technology.
Table of Contents
Preface -- Introduction -- Technology and East-West Relations -- The Technological Factors Shaping East-West Relations -- Technology and Social Change: East-West Comparisons -- Technology, Arms and Disarmament -- The Impact of Technology on Nuclear Deterrence and Strategic Arms Control -- Advanced Technology and European Security: Conceptual Considerations -- The Impact of Military Technology on Conventional Arms Control in Europe -- The Impact of Military Technology on the Arms Race: Armaments Dynamics in the Nuclear Age -- Technology and Economics -- The Impact of Technological Change on East-West Economic Relations -- Economic Forces in the History of East-West Relations -- The Impact of Technology and Technological Change on Communications, Culture and Public Policy Issues -- Technology and Policy -- The Impact of Technology on the Future of European Security and Cooperation -- Technology and Public Policy in East-West Relations: The Return of Politics
F. Stephen Larrabee,