Soviet Power and Western Negotiating Policies (Vol. 1: The Soviet Asset: Military Power in the Competition Over Europe; Vol. 2: The Western Panacea: Constraining Soviet Power Through Negotiation), Uwe Nerlich, ed.
Making the Alliance Work: The United States and Western Europe, Gregory F. Treverton Reviewed by Gerald Segal
Global Perspectives on Arms Control, Adam M. Garfinkle, ed. ; The European Missiles Crisis: Nuclear Weapons and Security Policy, Hans-Henrik Holm and Nikolaj Petersen, eds. Reviewed by Gerald Segal
The Third World in Soviet Military Thought, Mark N. Katz Reviewed by Gerald Segal
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