The Guns Fall Silent: The End Of The Cold War And The Future Of Conventional Disarmament, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

The Guns Fall Silent

The End Of The Cold War And The Future Of Conventional Disarmament, 1st Edition

By Ian Cuthbertson, Peter M E Volten

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196 pages

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Description

This book discusses part of the military-stability problem, notably the part relating to East-West relationships, which is becoming synonymous with military stability between the Soviet Union and NATO.

Table of Contents

Foreword -- Introduction -- The Democratic Revolution in Eastern Europe and the Defense of Europe -- Force Structures, Force Levels and Force Deployments in a Changing European Strategic Landscape -- Doctrines and Force Structures -- Political-Military Strategy: New Opportunities, New Tasks -- Prospects for Military Stability in a Deep-Cuts Regime* -- Reasonable Sufficiency, Non-Offensive Defense and the Problems of Maintaining Military and Strategic Stability in Europe -- Constraints, "Stabilizing Measures" and CSBMs -- The Impact and Control of Technology -- Conventional Forces and Stability in Europe: Some Thoughts on Force Structures, Qualitative Factors and Their Control -- Technology and Conventional Arms Control -- Conclusion

About the Authors

Ian M. Cuthbertson, Peter Volten

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General