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ISBN:
0855204834
Author:
Ian Clark
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Military
Language:
English
Publisher:
Martin Robertson (1982)
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266 pages
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Limited Nuclear War: Political Theory and War Convention. If the nuclear balance of terror helped maintain the dqlong peacedq between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold War, will the spread of nuclear weapons to new states also help stabilize international relations in the future? In this increasingly complex world, how do issues such as global terrorism, missile defense, and the Indian-Pakistan conflict factor into the decisions states make about nuclear weapons? In, two. international relations scholars resume their well-known dialogue about these. questions, as well as others.

The Prevention of Nuclear War Agreement was created to reduce the danger of nuclear war between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The agreement was signed at the Washington Summit, on June 22, 1973. The United States and the . agreed to reduce the threat of a nuclear war and establish a policy to restrain hostility.