Toward a Nuclear Peace by M. Mazzarr
  

Toward a Nuclear Peace

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Toward a Nuclear Peace by M. Mazzarr

Given the profound changes in international politics over past years, nuclear strategy clearly needs rethinking. Toward a Nuclear Peace analyzes the future of nuclear weapons in the defence policy of the United States and the European nuclear powers. The first part of the book, U.S. nuclear policy, considers the benefits and risks of further nuclear arms control, proposing specific recommendations for force structure, targeting, and strategic defence to enhance regional deterrence. The second part, European nuclear policy, discusses the future of nuclear weapons from British, French, and Russian perspectives. Toward a Nuclear Peace provides a most valuable service, filling a critical gap in current thinking by outlining both a short-and long-term future for nuclear forces.

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Format

Hardback
227 pages

Author

M. Mazzarr
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Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA

Publication date

15th April 1994

ISBN

9780312104047


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