Focusing on the most urgent issues of arms control, this collection of essays discusses the East-West military balance, the nature of U.S.-Soviet relations, the political dynamics of developments in weapons technology, the problems that conflicting national security policies pose for the management of the Western alliance, the influence of U.S. dom
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Also of Interest -- Preface -- U.S.-Soviet Negotiations and the Arms Race: A Historical Review -- The Nuclear Superpower Relationship: Political and Strategic Implications -- Integrating Arms Control in Europe: Problems and Prospects -- Arms Control and the Federal Republic of Germany -- Assured Strategic Stupidity: The Quest for Ballistic Missile Defense -- Strategic Arms Limitations Negotiations and U.S. Decision Making -- Technological Development, the Military Balance, and Arms Control -- Transforming International Security Conflicts -- A Christian Response to the Arms Race
Wolfram F. Hanrieder is professor of political science at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is editor of Technology, Strategy, and Arms Control (1986).