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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Security and arms control in post-confrontation Europe.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Description:||ix, 182 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||1. What is arms control for? II. The new security challenge. III. The arms control response. IV. Jettisoning cold war baggage. V. Setting new priorities. VI. Arms control and internal conflict. VII. Institution building --
2. Nuclear weapons and European security. II. Rethinking deterrence. III. Nuclear weapons and US-Russian political relations --
3. Conventional arms control and European stability. II. The uses and abuses of traditional arms control. III. Talk as a confidence- and security-building measure. IV. The purposes of dialogue. V. Keeping the dialogue alive. VI. Arms control beyond the negotiating table. VII. Co-operative projects as arms control. VIII. Verification as a co-operative project --
4. Arms control and conflict within states. II. Controlling internal security forces --
5. Crisis management as arms control. II. Ways forward. III. Crisis management and force constraints: must we choose? IV. Tools, and governments' willingness to use them.
|Series Title:||Strategic issue papers.|
'This highly compact study ... presents a meaningful breakaway from the traditional arms control thinking.' Journal of Peace Research T hought-provoking. NOD and Conversion The reader benefits from a