Arms Control and Nuclear Weapons: U.S. Policies and the National Interest


Acknowledgments Foreword Introduction by George M. Seignious, II Part I: The Future of Arms Control American-Soviet Arms Control Negotiations by Kenneth Adelman An Analysis of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) by Molly Ravenel A Critique of American-Soviet Arms Control Negotiations by Milton L. Boykin Part II: U.S. and Soviet Nuclear Weapons Policy Nuclear Weapons Policy of the USSR by Raymond Garthoff Nuclear Weapons Policy of the U.S. by Larry H. Addinton NATO, Nuclear Weapons, and Arms Control by Edward B. Davis A Critique of Nuclear Weapons Policy by Jack R. Perry Part III: Nuclear Deterrence and American National Interest Options for U.S. National Security Policy by Mark Garrison How Manageable is Nuclear Proliferation? by Dagobert L. Brito and Michael D. Intriligator The Need for a Nuclear Freeze by Steven Hoffius A Critique of Nuclear Deterrence by Jamie W. Moore Conclusion by William Gary Nichols and Milton Lee Boykin Index

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • George M. Seignious II
  • Kenneth L. Adelman
  • Molly Ravenel
  • Milton L. Boykin
  • Raymond L. Garthoff
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1987


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