Comparative Strategy 1996 - Abstracts

Comparative Strategy 1996
1996 Democratic National Platform as adopted by the Democratic National Convention on August 27, 1996.(excerpt)International relations 
1996 Republican Party Platform.(excerpt)International relations 
Alfred Thayer Mahan and the geopolitics of Asia.International relationsRobertson, J. Michael
Beyond CoCom: a comparative study of five national export control systems and their implications for a multilateral nonproliferation regime. (Coordinating Committee on Multilateral Export Controls)International relationsRudney, Robert, Anthony, T.J.
Controlling non-nuclear weapons of mass destruction: problems and prospects in a changing world. (View from India)International relationsSen, Samir K.
Department of the Air Force, Global Presence in 1995.(the use of the strategy of global presence as means to deter or fight wars)International relations 
Deterrence and defense in a nuclear, biological, and chemical environment.International relationsJoseph, Robert G., Reichart, John F.
Documentation. (interview with Jan Lodal, Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense-Policy, and Ash Carter, Assistant Secretary of Defense-International Security Policy)International relations 
France's nuclear tests and Germany's nuclear interests. (View from Germany)International relationsMey, Holger H., Denison, Andrew B.
Hopeful neoliberals, derailed collectivists-emerging Paradigms on Latin America.((Review))International relationsRamsey, Russel
Indian and Pakistani views on nuclear deterrence.International relationsDoyle, Jim, Giles, Gregory F.
Long defensives: victory without compellence.(the strategy of using long defensives can achieve victories in war)International relationsKlein, Yitzhak
NATO's response to proliferation of weapons of mass destruction: facts and way ahead.International relations 
Rejectionism, reversibility and realism: the Middle East peace process in perspective.International relationsKass, Ilana, O'Neill, Bard E.
Russia and NATO: theses of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy. (View from Russia)International relations 
Russia: changing attitudes toward proliferation of missiles and weapons of mass destruction.International relationsShoumikhin, Andrei, Kortunov, Andrei
Russian democracy and the West after Chechnya.International relationsBlank, Stephen
Russian power in the new Eurasia.International relationsGarnett, Sherman
Strength in an unsettled world: the role of nuclear weapons in nuclear nonproliferation and deterrence.International relationsPickell, Gregory A.
The anti-ballistic missile treaty charade: a study in elite illusion and delusion.International relationsLee, William T.
The Chechen crisis and the future of Russia.International relationsShoumikhin, Andrei
The Chechen crisis in evolution: implications for Russian statehood.International relationsShoumikhin, Andrei, Kortunov, Andrei
The fate of Russia. (View from Russia)International relationsKortunov, Sergei
The future of the German conscript system - are its days numbered?International relationsDenison, Andrew B.
The influence of space power upon history.International relationsGray, Colin S.
The role of nuclear forces in U.S. national security strategy: implications of the B-2 bomber.International relationsGray, Colin S., Cambone, Stephen
The U.S. and Russia: a virtual partnership.(View from Russia)International relationsKortunov, Andrei
Unconventional nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons delivery methods: whither the "smuggled bomb."International relationsMcMahon, K. Scott
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