Collective Insecurity: U.S. Defense Policy and the New World Disorder


Expert on military strategy and conflict termination analyzes key problems confronting the United States today and in the future in an increasingly unstable world. This provocative study offers a new view of the history of U.S. security policy during the Cold War; considers the significant changes in both U.S. and Russian defense postures; describes the major problems of nuclear disarmament in a time of proliferation; raises basic questions about how the United States can use military persuasion best to cope with the escalation of warfare both between and within states in the futures. Designed for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, teachers, and professionals in military studies, international relations, and world history.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1995


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