Figures and tables
| 9.1 Model of American attitudes towards arms control, 1985 ||223|
| 9.2 Model of Canadian attitudes towards arms control, 1987 ||226|
| 9.3 Revised model of American attitudes towards arms control, 1985 ||231|
| 4.1 Proposed ceilings for each alliance ||69|
| 5.1 Dissensual and consensual conflicts and régime-conductiveness ||98|
| 5.2 Typology of security issues ||98|
| 5.3 Helsinki and Stockholm C(S)BM ||100|
| 7.2 The double-zero option ||167|
| 7.3 The military balance ||168|
| 7.4 The conventional military balance ||169|
| 7.5 Threat perception ||170|
| 7.6 Perceptions of the stability of peace in Europe ||171|
| 7.7 Who made more concessions in INF agreement? ||172|
| 7.8 Credit for INF agreement ||173|
| 7.9 Seriousness of United States and Soviet Union about disarmament ||175|
| 7.10 West European interests in INF negotiations ||177|
| 7.11 Trustworthiness of Reagan and Gorbachev ||177|
| 7.12 Relations with the Soviet Union under Gorbachev ||178|
| 7.13 Remaining American nuclear weapons in Europe ||179|
| 7.14 The military balance after elimination of INF ||181|
| 7.15 Who benefits from elimination of INF? ||182|
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Book title: East-West Arms Control:Challenges for the Western Alliance.
Contributors: David Dewitt - Editor, Hans Rattinger - Editor.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1992.
Page number: ix.
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