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Author Cimbala, Stephen J.

Title Collective insecurity : U.S. defense policy and the new world disorder / Stephen J. Cimbala.

Published Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1995.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  355.033573 CIMB    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 227 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Contributions in military studies, 0883-6884 ; no. 162.
Contributions in military studies. 0883-6884 ; no. 162.
Bibliography "Selected bibliography": pages [215]-219.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. U.S. Defense Policy in the Cold War. 1. U.S. Military Strategy from 1945 to 1990: From Collective Defense to Collective Security. 2. A Voyage of Discovery: Bush Strategy and Civil-Military Relations -- II. Russian Arms and Aims in the New World Order. 3. Military Transition in Russia: Can Defensive Doctrine Prevail? 4. Russian Peacekeeping Potential in Political and Military Context. 5. Doing Away with Nukes: Can Russia Get a Fair Deal? -- III. Collective Security: Obstacles and Options. 6. Collective Security and Escalation. 7. Nuclear Weapons and International Futures: Perspectives on Proliferation. 8. Military Persuasion and Peace Operations: Risks and Opportunities for U.S. Policy.
Subject Security, International.
World politics -- 1989-
United States -- Military policy.
Russia (Federation) -- Military policy.
ISBN 0313296561 (acid-free paper)