This history of arms control in the 20th century challenges the liberal-pacifist view of international relations, and explains the Cold War from a post-Cold War perspective, untangling the complex realities of 20th-century diplomacy, and analyzing the major crises and wars. It re-evaluates the successes and failures of democratic statesmen in the light of the Cold War's ultimate outcome.
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