3 edition of Nuclear weapons, the balance of terror, the quest for peace found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 238-258) and index.
|LC Classifications||U264 .E39 1986b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 275 p. :|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||90123420|
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Edwards, A J.C. Nuclear balance of terror, the quest for States: N. p., Web. This is a clear, non-technical and comprehensive study of nuclear strategy and the balance of power.
The book is intended for both supporters and opponents of nuclear deterrence indeed for all who believe that nuclear issues cannot be wished away or laid aside but must be addressed with knowledge, even if this means thinking about the a coherent system of thought, this 1/5(1).
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Get this from a library. Nuclear weapons, the balance of terror, the quest for peace. [A J C Edwards] -- This book discusses some of the most fundamental contemporary the balance of terror affecting global peace. The early chapters explain what the "balance of terror" and how it came about.
They suggest that there. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Edwards, A.J.C. Nuclear weapons, the balance of terror, the quest for peace. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire. Nuclear Weapons, the Balance of Terror, the Quest for Peace.
Authors: Cwards, A J, Edwards, A. Free Preview. Instant download; Readable on all devices; Own it forever; Local sales tax included if applicable. 20th-century international relations - 20th-century international relations - Nuclear weapons and the balance of terror: The postwar arms race began as early aswhen the Soviet Union began its atomic program and placed agents in the West to steal U.S.
atomic secrets. When the U.S.S.R. rejected the Baruch Plan in and U.S.–Soviet relations deteriorated, a technological race became. Abstract. More than a generation has passed since the United States dropped atomic bombs over Hiroshima and Nagasaki and President Truman is said to have declared: ‘This is the greatest thing in history.’ 1 Nuclear weapons have not so far been used again.
But there is little question that their mere existence, unused and largely unseen as they have been sincehas profoundly. Scott Sagan, the leading proponent of organizational theories in international politics, continues to make the counterpoint that 'more will be worse' - novice nuclear states lack adequate organizational controls over their new weapons, which makes for a high risk of either deliberate of accidental nuclear war.
The phrase "balance of terror" is usually, but not invariably, used in reference to the nuclear arms race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Cold describes the tenuous peace that existed between the two countries as a result of both governments being terrified at the prospect of a world-destroying nuclear term is usually used for rhetorical purposes, and.
Nuclear Weapons The Balance of Terror, the Quest for Peace. Click on image to enlarge: A. Edwards - Author non-technical and comprehensive study of nuclear strategy and the balance of power.
The book is intended for both supporters and opponents of nuclear deterrence--indeed for all who believe that nuclear issues cannot be wished away. In this case, nuclear weapons, paranoia and faulty intelligence-gathering could have (a big ‘could have’) led to nuclear war.
Simon J Moody: In my judgement, the closest nuclear weapons have come to destabilising world peace was during the first decade of the Cold War, from the late s, when the United States had nuclear superiority.
In hawkish circles, nuclear deterrence — the Cold War’s MAD (mutually assured destruction) doctrine that was described early on as a “delicate balance of terror” — is still canonized as. Balance of terror definition, the distribution of nuclear arms among nations such that no nation will initiate an attack for fear of retaliation: maintaining the.
Chapter 2. Weapons of terror: threats and responses The nature of Chapter 3. Nuclear weapons Preventing the proliferation of nuclear weapons matic or military work related to the maintenance of peace and the reduction of armaments. The Commission has.
For strategic applications, nuclear weapons can be delivered by land or sea launched ballistic missiles, or by long-range bomber aircraft. For tactical uses, nuclear weapons may be delivered by short range missiles, combat aircraft carrying bombs, artillery shells, naval torpedoes/depth charges, or land mines." Nuclear missiles, like the one.
The most terrifying weapon ever inventedNuclear weapons are the most terrifying weapon ever invented: no weapon is more destructive; no weapon causes such unspeakable human suffering; and there is no way to control how far the radioactive fallout will spread or how long the effects will last.A nuclear bomb detonated in a city would immediately kill tens of thousands of people, and tens of.
Undoubtedly the greatest danger existed during the first phase, even if history has managed to hide it well. The US intended during that time to eliminate the USSR while it still enjoyed a monopoly on nuclear weapons. Fortunately, the Soviet acquisition of its own nuclear weapons took this option away from the United States.
Tag: nuclear use Nukes are not only history: Discuss this on August 6 and 9 and all other days. The balance of terror: Strategy for the nuclear age Hardcover – January 1, by Pierre Marie Gallois (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover $Author: Pierre Marie Gallois. In such a multipolar nuclear world, some of the key conditions that once ensured relative stability between Moscow and Washington will no longer obtain.
Cold War nuclear deterrence was founded, as the nuclear strategist Albert Wohlstetter famously noted, on a “balance of terror,” or “mutual assured destruction.”.CONTENTS List of Illustrations Preface Chapter One: The Dynamics of Global Security 1 * Introduction * The Globalization of Security * The New Distribution of Power - The Nation-State - Soft Power - Asymmetrical Power - People, Ideas, and Media Power - The Power of Nature * Overview of the Book Chapter Two: The Quest for Power * Introduction * The Traditions of Realism - The Security Dilemma.