Nuclear War and Nuclear Strategy (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
299
Utgivningsdatum
1987-11-01
Förlag
Praeger Publishers Inc
Illustrationer
black & white illustrations
Dimensioner
234 x 156 x 18 mm
Vikt
599 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISSN
0883-6884
ISBN
9780313260155
Nuclear War and Nuclear Strategy (inbunden)

Nuclear War and Nuclear Strategy

Unfinished Business

Inbunden Engelska, 1987-11-01
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?Cimbala's conclusions are judicious and merit careful consideration. This is a book well worth reading." -- Alan Ned Sabrosky, Ph.D. Director of Studies Dept. of the Army U.S. Army War College "This is a very reflective and thoughtful analysis of the real issues on Soviet and American planning for the possibility of nuclear war, and for the maintenance of deterrence. Thoroughly up-to-the minute on the issues and concepts it discusses, it at the same time avoids falling for the misleading fads and trends of the moment. The book is very readable, but never at the price of over-simplifying the issues.?-George H. Quester Professor and Chairman The University of Maryland "Cimbala's conclusions are judicious and merit careful consideration. This is a book well worth reading." -- Alan Ned Sabrosky, Ph.D. Director of Studies Dept. of the Army U.S. Army War College "This is a very reflective and thoughtful analysis of the real issues on Soviet and American planning for the possibility of nuclear war, and for the maintenance of deterrence. Thoroughly up-to-the minute on the issues and concepts it discusses, it at the same time avoids falling for the misleading fads and trends of the moment. The book is very readable, but never at the price of over-simplifying the issues."-George H. Quester Professor and Chairman The University of Maryland

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STEPHEN J. CIMBALA is Professor of Political Science at Pennsylvania State University and has contributed to the field of national security studies for many years.

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Acronyms Introduction Part I: The Balance of Terror: Steady or Precarious? Assured or Delicate Deterrence? Cities and Deterrence Assured Coercion: Bridging Past and Future Part II: Strategic Revisionism: Thrusts against Orthodoxy Soviet Military Doctrine and Stable Deterrence The U.S. Strategic Defense Initiative: A Prospectus of Uncertainty Is a Soviet "Bolt from the Blue" Impossible? Part III: Strategic Command and Control: Missions and Limitation Protracted Conflict and Strategic C3: Missing Links Reciprocal Command Survivability and Superpower Strategy Part IV: Improving Extended Deterrence: Roles for Conventional and Nuclear Forces Theater Nuclear and Conventional Force Improvements The U.S. Maritime Strategy: Escalation and War Termination Part V: Pulling it All Together War Termination and U.S. Strategic Concepts: The Missing Endgame Conclusions and Reflections Selected Bibliography Index