4 edition of Nuclear strategy and world security found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Joseph Rotblat and Sven Hellman.|
|Contributions||Rotblat, Joseph., Hellman, Sven., Pugwash (Peace movement)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||392|
|ISBN 10||0333396677, 0333396685|
New Book Presents A 'Secret History' Of Nuclear War Planning In America In The Bomb, journalist Fred Kaplan reveals how U.S. presidents, their . Nuclear strategy Lawrence Freedman, The Evolution of Nuclear Strategy, 2d edition (New York: St. Martin's, ) or MacGeorge Bundy, Danger and Survival: Choices About the Bomb in the First Fifty Years (New York: Vintage, ); Bernard Brodie, Strategy in .
Nuclear strategy is an exercise in absurdity that pushes against every moral boundary but that has likely contributed to the relative safety and stability of the contemporary era, during which Author: Justin Vogt. gies of proliferation are available to states, which strategy a state might select and why, and what the international community can do to thwart nuclear ac-quisition as a function of that strategy—is critical to global security. States pur-sue nuclear weapons in different ways, and those differences Size: KB.
Vol Issue 3, Febru I n December , President Donald Trump tweeted that the United States “must greatly strengthen and expand its nuclear capability” and later told MSNBC that he would “outmatch” and “outlast” other potential competitors in a nuclear arms race. The comments mostly prompted condemnation in the United States and around the world and raised. What explains this steadfast commitment to the SSBN in US nuclear strategy and how might it change? SSBNs are extremely complex and costly machines that require highly trained and dedicated crews to operate in a most unforgiving environment. On a cost per warhead basis, they are probably the most expensive nuclear-weapon-basing scheme in existence.
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Nuclear Strategy and World Security Annals of Pugwash Editors; Joseph Rotblat; Sven Hellman. Since the end of World War II, much of the debate in the United States over national security policy has centered on issues pertaining to the acquisition of nuclear weapons, the refinement of.
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Buy this book eB99 € price for Spain (gross) Buy eBook ISBN ; Digitally watermarked, DRM-free; Included format: PDF. Ever since the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, no nuclear weapons have been used in combat.
This limits all efforts to develop theories about nuclear strategy, as does the fact that serious nuclear crises have been few and far between. "The Logic of American Nuclear Strategy is a major contribution to the national debate about the role of nuclear weapons in U.S.
national security policy. Matthew Kroenig provides penetrating insights into how nuclear posture affects a variety of national security interests and the book is a must read for anyone who wishes to understand this Cited by: 2.
Nuclear Strategy in the Modern Era considers the range of nuclear choices made by regional powers and the critical challenges they pose to modern international security. Awards and Recognition Winner of the Best Book, International Security Studies Section Nuclear strategy and world security book the International Studies Association.
Examining the reasoning and deterrence consequences of regional power nuclear strategies, this book demonstrates that these strategies matter greatly to international stability and it provides new insights into conflict dynamics across important areas of the world such Cited by: Books shelved as nuclear-security: Plutopia: Nuclear Families, Atomic Cities, and the Great Soviet and American Plutonium Disasters by Kate Brown, Crisis.
In a vitally important book for anyone interested in nuclear proliferation, defense strategy, or international security, Matthew Kroenig points out that nearly every country with a nuclear weapons arsenal received substantial help at some point from a more advanced nuclear state. Examining the reasoning and deterrence consequences of regional power nuclear strategies, this book demonstrates that these strategies matter greatly to international stability and it provides new insights into conflict dynamics across important areas of the world such.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: General Introduction / Robert J. Pranger and Roger P. Labrie --pt. AN OVERVIEW OF AMERICA'S CHANGING GLOBAL ROLE --U.S. Foreign Policy for the s: A New Strategy for Peace / Richard M. Nixon --U.S. Foreign Policy for the s: Shaping a Durable Peace / Richard M.
Nixon --Toward a. Nuclear strategy and national security are discussed in 17 papers, 9 official documents and statements, and a Senate debate report on the neutron warhead. In the post-Vietnam debate over the future role of the United States in world affairs, new political and military.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nuclear strategy and world security. London: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. This is a list of books about nuclear are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power.
American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer (); The Angry Genie: One Man's Walk Through the Nuclear Age (); The Atom Besieged: Extraparliamentary Dissent in France and Germany (). Washington, D.C., J – “Launch-on-warning,” a feature of U.S.
nuclear warfighting strategy since the late s, has frequently faced intensive criticism because of the high risk of accidental launches and uncontrollable outcomes, including massive casualties, according to recently declassified records posted today by the nongovernmental National Security Archive.
Exploring what we know—and don’t know—about how nuclear weapons shape American grand strategy and international relations. The world first confronted the power of nuclear weapons when the.
“With its stunning, new, in-the-room revelations, and with Fred Kaplan’s deep knowledge of nuclear strategy, The Bomb is the best overview yet of the world's continuing struggle to come to terms with the threat of nuclear war.”—Richard Rhodes, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Making of the Atomic Bomb and Arsenals of FollyReleased on: Janu Nuclear strategy in a changing world 1 The use and non-use of nuclear weapons The opening section of this collection features a series of posts that explore the issue of ‘use’ of nuclear weapons.
For those readers hoping it offers a simple introduction to thinking about nuclear strategy—. This book takes a different approach. Rather than dismiss it as illogical, it explains the logic of American nuclear strategy.
It argues that military nuclear advantages above and beyond a secure, second-strike capability can contribute to a state’s national security : Matthew Kroenig.
Freedman gives added depth by covering nuclear strategy in China, Europe, and the Soviet of the great strengths of this book is its objectivity. Most works on nuclear strategy focus on arguing whether nuclear war is still possible, how a nuclear war would be fought, or if mutually assured destruction is a stable and inevitable strategy.5/5(1).Cambridge Core - Regional and World History: General Interest - The Evolution of International Security Studies - by Barry BuzanAuthor: Barry Buzan, Lene Hansen.
The Obama nuclear policy document, the Nuclear Posture Review, explicitly stated the intent to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in our national security strategy. And, even when faced with evolving nuclear threat challenges, the administration chose not to pvolvingdditional nuclear .