Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Written by Norman Jacobs, editor, and staff associates.|
|Series||Headline series -- no. 171-172|
|Contributions||Jacobs, Norman, 1914- ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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In this book, Robert McNamara has made a chart of the nuclear age, laying bare the elaborate mythology that has enabled Americans to demonize the Soviet people and the Soviet military establishment. The former defense secretary emphasizes that the position in which the United States now finds itself - as hostage to its own nuclear policy - evolved from piecemeal decision-making . In this book Professor Kissinger examines the framework of our foreign policy, the stresses to which that framework is being subjected, and the prospects for world order in an era of high international tension. The three essays were written before Professor Kissinger took leave from Harvard to serve as Assistant to President Nixon for National Security Affairs.2/5(1). This book provides first hand account of major foreign policy china policy, civil nuclear deal,LTTE,mumbai attacks,nuclear test. Shiv shankar gave us true insights about what were constraints in taking decisions & how they tackled with obstructions while arriving at book for gaining knowledge about our prowess/5(). U.S. nuclear policy and posture.-Stanford Security Press. Roberts draws on his experience and academic acumen in this thoughtful, well-researched book. Contrary to those scholars making calls for global nuclear disarmament, Roberts argues the need for and utility of U.S. nuclear weapons now and into the future. After a review of post-.