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Strengthening Deterrence: NATO and the Credibility of Western Defense in the 1980s

by The Atlantic Council's Working Group on the Cedibility of the Nato Deterrent: Wolf, Joseph J. editor

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Cambridge MA, Ballinger Publishing Company, 1981, hardcover, xvii-270 pp, first edition, first printing, Very Good in Very Good dustjacket. Straight, tight and clean with no markings, spine-end and corner wear. Dustjacket, light edge nicks, short closed edge tears, in new Brodart sleeve. The fourth study by the Atlantic Council examines the significance for NATO of the growing Soviet military power, the modern abuses of military power by other major states, and the close and open discussion required to find common solutions to major divisions within the Alliance. Illustrated with drawn figures, two in the form of maps depicting Forces deployment, 8 statistical tables and mapped endpapers. Contributors include; Kenneth Rush, Brent Scowcroft (co-chairs), William G. Hyland, Robert E Osgood, George C. Blanchard, Issac C. Kidd Jr., John W. Vogt, Jeffrey Record, Russell E. Dogerty, Roy A. Werner, George M. Seignious II, and others. Appended; Glossary and Index.
  • Bookseller: West of Eden Books US (US)
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  • Title: Strengthening Deterrence: NATO and the Credibility of Western Defense in the 1980s
  • Author: The Atlantic Council's Working Group on the Cedibility of the Nato Deterrent: Wolf, Joseph J. editor
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover

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