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Strategic Power: USA/USSR

  • Carl G. Jacobsen

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Strategic Culture in Theory and Practice

  3. Comparative Concepts

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 129-129
    2. Patrick M. Morgan
      Pages 131-139
    3. Robert Arnett
      Pages 140-143
    4. Matthew Evangelista
      Pages 151-156
    5. Lawrence Freedman
      Pages 157-161
    6. Daniel S. Papp
      Pages 162-168
    7. Lawrence Freedman
      Pages 169-173
    8. Alexei G. Arbatov, Genadiy K. Lednev
      Pages 174-190
    9. Phil Williams
      Pages 191-197
    10. Stephen Shenfield
      Pages 198-205
    11. William Kincade
      Pages 206-216
    12. David R. Jones
      Pages 217-226
    13. Sergei P. Fedorenko
      Pages 227-231
  4. Processes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 233-233
    2. Lawrence J. Korb
      Pages 235-246
    3. Steven M. Meyer
      Pages 247-259
    4. Franklyn D. Holzman
      Pages 270-285
    5. Gordon Adams, Randal Humm
      Pages 286-297
    6. Phil Williams
      Pages 335-345
  5. Use of Force

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 353-353
    2. Mark Trachtenberg
      Pages 355-369
    3. Robert Arnett
      Pages 370-381
    4. Sergei Rogov
      Pages 413-417
  6. Contemporary Issues

About this book

Introduction

This book highlights the impact and relevance of "strategic culture". Each section contains essays contrasting United States and Soviet perceptions on specific topics. Each section closes with a synthesizing commentary, to help readers to get a better sense of differences and similarities.

Keywords

crisis management decision-making Policy

Editors and affiliations

  • Carl G. Jacobsen
    • 1
    • 2
  1. 1.Carleton University Institute of Soviet and East European StudiesCanada
  2. 2.East-West ProjectsCanadian Institute for International Peace and SecurityOttawaCanada

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