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Nuclear Strategy and National Style by Colin…

Nuclear Strategy and National Style

by Colin Gray

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0819153346, Paperback)

Author Colin Gray maintains that there are distinctive U.S. and Soviet national styles which come into play in each power's nuclear strategic planning. And the U.S.'s lack of understanding of the fundamental historical and anthropological factors that make up the Soviet national style has led to poor U.S. policy. Perhaps no issue is more critical for the U.S. as nuclear strategy planning; this book is a statement to be reckoned with in the surrounding debate. Co-published with Abt Books.

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