Nuclear Diplomacy and Crisis Management
364 pp., 6 x 9 in,
- Published: September 12, 1990
- Published: September 18, 1990
These essays from the journal International Security examine the effects of the nuclear revolution on the international system and the role nuclear threats have played in international crises. The authors offer important new interpretations of the role of nuclear weapons in preventing a third world war, of the uses of atomic superiority, and of the effectiveness of nuclear threats.
John Mueller, Robert Jervis, Richard K. Betts, Marc Trachtenberg, Roger Digman, Scott D. Sagan, Gordon Chang, H. W. Brands, Jr., Barry Blechman and Douglas Hart