Tactical Nuclear Weapons and Deterrence in Europe
Philip W. Dyer argues that the NATO tactical nuclear weapons presently positioned in Europe not only do not provide enough deterrent value to justify their existence, but that they complicate NATO planning more than that of the Soviets and should, therefore, be removed.
The State, Society, and Limited Nuclear War, Eric Mlyn Reviewed by Philip W. Dyer
Civilian-Based Defense: A Post-Military Weapons System, Gene Sharp Reviewed by Philip W. Dyer
Conventional Forces and American Defense Policy, Steven E. Miller and Sean M. Lynn-Jones Reviewed by Philip W. Dyer
Extended Deterrence: The United States and NATO Europe, Stephen J. Cimbala Reviewed by Philip W. Dyer
The Conventional Defense of Europe: New Technologies and New Strategies, Andrew J. Pierre Reviewed by Philip W. Dyermore by this author
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