Conflict Termination in Europe: Games against War

Conflict Termination in Europe: Games against War

Conflict Termination in Europe: Games against War

Conflict Termination in Europe: Games against War

Synopsis

This study considers the problem of conflict termination in Europe. Cimbala argues that a well-thought-out policy for conflict termination is currently lacking within the NATO alliance and that this lack leaves nations open to the danger of a quickly escalating nuclear conflict, should prevention policies fail and a war in Europe actually occur. Cimbala considers the relationship between war and politics as perceived by Soviet and Western planners; compares the superpowers' likely views on the process of escalation; and assesses the command, control, and communications perspectives implicit in Soviet and American writings.
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