Surprise Despite Warning: Why Sudden Attacks Succeed
Richard K. Betts attempts to account for why surprise attacks succeed even when the victim has ample intelligence warnings in advance. He explores the role in this process of communication delays, deception, false alarms, and doctrinal innovations.
From Cold War to Hot Peace: The Habit of American Force, Richard K. Betts
Politics and Force Levels: The Strategic Missile Program of the Kennedy Administration, Desmond Ball Reviewed by Richard K. Betts
Doubletalk: The Story of the First Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, Gerard Smith Reviewed by Richard K. Bettsmore by this author
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