Missile Defenses and Western European Security: NATO Strategy, Arms Control, and Deterrence

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Index
Abrahamson, James, 105
Advisory group for aerospace research and development (AGARD), 103, 105
Air-Land battle, 135-36
Alford, Jonathan, 63, 110
Antiballistic missile (ABM): European reaction to, 32-34; first ABM debate, 29-34
Antiballistic missile treaty: and ATBM, 111-13; critique of, 90-96; current debate, 69, 78; erosion of, 94-96; European attachment to, 77, 88-90, 96- 97; and SDI, 156-58; Soviet noncompliance, 95; underlying assumptions, 89-90; and Western Europe, 34-35
Antitactical ballistic missile (ATBM): and arms control, 111, 117-19; and conventional deterrence, 134-36; and crisis stability, 136-37; definition of, 6; early U.S. program, 103; and erosion of ABM Treaty, 95-96, 111-13; European concerns, 107-11; funding history, 106; Hoffman study recommendations, 103-4, 131-32; and INF Treaty, 113; military rationale for, 113-17; NATO Military Committee study, 105; NATO programs, 103- 5; role in NATO strategy, 129-36, 153-56; and nuclear deterrence, 154; and nuclear threshold, 137-38; U.S. Army program, 105-6
Antitactical missile (ATM). See ATBM
Aristotle, 142
Arms Control: and ATBM, 111-13; Defense and Space Talks, 99; and European security, 70-72, 99-100; impact on SDI, 69; political function of, 70- 71. See also SALT
Army ATM program, 105
Army strategic defense command, 105-6
Bahr, Egon, 89
Balance of terror, 88
Ballistic missile defense: Nike-X, 3, Nike-Zeus, 3; Safeguard, 30-31; Sentinel, 31
Barre, Raymond, 75
Bertram, Christoph, 47, 49
Boyer, Yves, 110
Brandt, Willy, 33
Britain: arms control policy, 76-78; deterrence logic, 40; government reactions to SDI, 13; Memorandum of Understanding with U.S., 14; nuclear deterrent force, 63-65; opposition parties, 15

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  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Military Studies Series Advisor: Colin Gray ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Acronyms xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1- Western European Reaction to the Strategic Defense Initiative 11
  • Notes 25
  • 2- Western Europe and The First Abm Debate: 1965-72 29
  • Notes 37
  • 3- Sdi and Deterrence: A Western European Perspective 39
  • Notes 65
  • 4- Western European Arms Control Perspectives And Sdi 69
  • Conclusion 83
  • 5- Sdi and Western European Support for The Abm Treaty 87
  • Conclusion 99
  • 6- Antitactical Missile Defense, Western Europe, and the Inf Treaty 103
  • Notes 119
  • 7- Antitactical Missile Defense and Nato Strategy 123
  • Conclusion 142
  • Notes 143
  • 8- Summary and Conclusion 147
  • Bibliography 161
  • Index 171
  • About the Author 175
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