Closing Pandora's Box: Arms Races, Arms Control, and the History of the Cold War

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INDEX
Aaron, David, 293
ABM Treaty, 228, 256, 258, 328, 344-45, 348, 351
Abolition, The (Schell), 347
Abrahamson, James, 341
Absolute Weapon, The (Brodie), 129-30, 173
Accidental war, 4, 5, 174, 192-93, 226; analysis of theory, 30-38; defined, 28-29
Acheson, Dean, ix, xi, 122, 143-44, 158, 182, 188-89, 193
Action-reaction phenomenon, 2, 7, 17, 23, 37, 123, 229, 231, 242, 244, 259, 263; defined, 230
Adamthwaite, Anthony, 81
Adelman, Kenneth, 343-44; quoted, 346
Adenauer, Konrad, 182
Advisors, The, 132
AEC. See Atomic Energy Commission
Afghanistan, 272, 300, 302, 305, 307, 339, 343, 358
Africa, 234, 288, 295, 299, 307
Agadir crisis ( 1911), 40
Agnew, Spiro T., 243
Air Ministry, Great Britain, 72
"Air panic," 77-78
Air power, 45, 72, 76-78, 88
Alamogordo test, 113-14
Alliances, 28, 46, 48, 53-54, 58, 84-85, 113; France, Britain, and Soviet Union, 88; US.-European, 143, 146-47. See also League of Nations; NATO; Triple Entente
Alsace-Lorraine, 22, 52
Alsop, Joseph, 184
Alsop, Steward, 199
Ambrose, Steven E., quoted, 169
Anderson, Rudolph, 193
Andropov, Yuri, 330, 332
Angell, Sir Norman, xi, 47, 48, 130
Anglo-German naval competition, 5-14, 17, 19, 26-27
Anglo-German Naval Treaty, 78
Anglo-German relations, pre- World War I, 14-21
Anglo-Japanese alliance, 58
Angola, 288, 343
Annual Posture Statement, 202, 204
Antiballistic missile system (ABM), 203, 211- 12, 225-29, 242-48, 250, 251, 253, 260, 341, 342. See also ABM Treaty
Anticommunism, 81, 145, 275, 332, 343, 356, 359
Antimilitarism, 42, 235-36, 254, 279, 363

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Chapter 1 - The Sarajevo Fallacy 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Munich Blunder 45
  • Chapter 3 - Cold War, Atomic Peace 84
  • Chapter 4 - Debating the Absolute Weapon 123
  • Chapter 5 - Staying Out of Vietnam--The Logic of "Massive Retaliation" 138
  • Chapter 6 - The Cuban Cauldron 172
  • Chapter 7 - Limited Arms, Limited War 214
  • Chapter 8 - The Age of Arms Control 234
  • Chapter 9 - The New Morality 273
  • Chapter 10 - Tough Cop, Good Cop 306
  • Epilogue 361
  • Notes 371
  • Index 431
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