Hawks, Doves, and Owls: An Agenda for Avoiding Nuclear War

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HAWKS, DOVES, AND OWLS
AN AGENDA FOR AVOIDING NUCLEAR WAR

Graham T. Allison Albert Carnesale Joseph S. Nye Jr.

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W. W. NORTON & COMPANY New York London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • THE AUTHORS vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • I. The Shape of the Problem 1
  • 1: INTRODUCTION 3
  • II. Paths to Nuclear War 23
  • 2: ACCIDENTAL NUCLEAR WAR 25
  • 3: SURPRISE ATTACK and PREEMPTION 54
  • 4: ESCALATION IN EUROPE 80
  • 5: ESCALATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST and PERSIAN GULF 115
  • 6: CATALYTIC NUCLEAR WAR 148
  • III. Conclusions 165
  • 7: SOVIET PERSPECTIVES ON THE PATHS TO NUCLEAR WAR 167
  • 8: ANALYTIC CONCLUSIONS: HAWKS, DOVES, and OWLS 223
  • Notes 247
  • GLOSSARY 263
  • SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 268
  • Index 275
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