The Guns Fall Silent
The End Of The Cold War And The Future Of Conventional Disarmament
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
Ian M. Cuthbertson, Peter Volten