War Scare: Russia and America on the Nuclear Brink

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Contents
Introductionix
Part I The Missiles of November: ABLE ARCHER-83, November 2-11, 1983
1 December 12, 19793
2 Operation VRYAN, May 19819
3 The Pershing II Crisis, May 1981-November 198316
4 The Polish Crisis, September-December 198123
5 The KAL 007 Crisis, September 198327
6 ABLE ARCHER, November 2-11, 198333
7 The Death of Andropov, February 198445
Part II August Coup: The Fall of the Soviet Empire, August 19-21, 1991
8 Gorbachev at 20,000 Feet, August 4, 199153
9 Kryuchkov's Coup, August 18, 199157
10 The Warsaw Pact Crisis, 1989-199064
11 Twilight, August 18, 199169
12 Operation THUNDER and the Fall of the Old Guard77
13 The Cover-Up83
Part III The Armenian Crisis, May 1992
14 The New Russia89
15 The U.S. Threat99
16 The Great Debate, May 27-30, 1992102
17 The Russo-Ukrainian Nuclear Crisis, October 1991- May 1992109
18 War in the Caucasus: Genesis114
Part IV The October Coup, September 21-October 4, 1993
19 Democracy of the Generals131
20 Rutskoy137
21 The Warning: Alexandria, Virginia, June 11, 1993145

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