Vital Crossroads: Mediterranean Origins of the Second World War, 1935-1940

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CORNELL STUDIES IN SECURITY AFFAIRS

A series edited by
Robert J. Art, Robert Jervis, and Stephen M. Walt

Political Institutions and Military Change: Lessons from Peripheral Wars, by Deborah D. Avant

Japan Prepares for Total War: The Search for Economic Security, 1919—1941, by Michael A. Barn- hart

Flying Blind: The Politics of the U.S. Strategic Bomber Program, by Michael E. Brown

Citizens and Soldiers: The Dilemmas of Military Service, by Eliot A. Cohen

The Origins of Major War, by Dale C. Copeland

Military Organization, Complex Machines: Modernization in the U.S. Armed Forces, by Chris C. Demchak

Innovation and the Arms Race: How the United States and the Soviet Union Develop New Mili- tary Technologies, by Matthew Evangelista

A Substitute for Victory: The Politics of Peacemaking at the Korean Armistice Talks, by Rosemary Foot

The Wrong War: American Policy and the Dimensions of the Korean Conflict, 1950—1953, by Rosemary Foot

The Best Defense: Policy Alternatives for U.S. Nuclear Security from the 1950s to the 1990s, by David Goldfischer

The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution: Statecraft and the Prospect of Armageddon, by Robert Jervis

Fast Tanks and Heavy Bombers: Innovation in the U.S. Army, 1917—1945, by David E. Johnson

Modern Hatreds: The Symbolic Politics of Ethnic War, by Stuart J. Kaufman

The Vulnerability of Empire, by Charles A. Kupchan

The Transformation of American Air Power, by Benjamin S. Lambeth

Anatomy of Mistrust: U.S.—Soviet Relations during the Cold War, by Deborah Welch Larson

Planning the Unthinkable: How New Powers Will Use Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons, edited by Peter R. Lavoy, Scott D. Sagan, and James J. Wirtz

Cooperation under Fire: Anglo-German Restraint during World War II, by Jeffrey W. Legro

No Exit: America and the German Problem, 1943—1954, by James McAllister

Liddell Hart and the Weight of History, by John J. Mearsheimer

Reputation and International Politics, by Jonathan Mercer

Undermining the Kremlin: America's Strategy to Subvert the Soviet Bloc, 1947—1956, by Gre- gory Mitrovich

Report to JFK: The Skybolt Crisis in Perspective, by Richard E. Neustadt

The Sacred Cause: Civil-Military Conflict over Soviet National Security, 1917—1992, by Thomas M. Nichols

Liberal Peace, Liberal War: American Politics and International Security, by John M. Owen IV

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