The Cuban Missile Crisis: Reading the Lessons Correctly
Richard Ned Lebow attempts to show that there is no evidence to support the thesis that the Soviet Union put missiles into Cuba because Khrushchev doubted Kennedy's resolve. Lebow argues against the notion that the principle policy lesson of the crisis is that timidity invites challenge while resolve deters.
Contingency, Catalysts, and International System Change, Richard Ned Lebow
Choosing War: The Lost Chance for Peace and the Escalation of War in Vietnam, Fredrik Logevall Reviewed by Richard Ned Lebow
Roosevelt and the Munich Crisis: A Study of Political Decision-Making, Barbara Readen Farnham Reviewed by Richard Ned Lebow
Living with Peril: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Nuclear Weapons, Andreas Wenger Reviewed by Richard Ned Lebow
The Cuban Missile Crisis: The Struggle over Policy, Roger Hilsman Reviewed by Richard Ned Lebowmore by this author
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