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Limited nuclear war

Clark, Ian

Limited nuclear war

political theory and war conventions

by Clark, Ian

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Published by Martin Robertson in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear warfare,
  • Limited war

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIan Clark.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU263 .C53 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination266 p. ;
    Number of Pages266
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3522733M
    ISBN 100855204834
    LC Control Number82106850

    The authors of On Limited Nuclear War in the 21st Century argue that a time may come when one of these states makes the conscious decision that using a nuclear weapon against the United States, its allies, or forward deployed forces in the context of a crisis or . Nuclear weapons and the Vietnam War. doctrines of limited nuclear war developed in the mid-to- Herbert York, Making Weapons, Talking Peace (NY: Basic Books ) , Author: Nina Tannenwald.

    This is a collection of essays on limited nuclear war. In chapter 5, p we see: "The effort to distinguish sharply between "conventional" and nuclear weapons is necessarily an effort to impede such reprisals, as in Khrushchev's contention that nuclear war necessarily must be all-out nuclear war.   The Day After Midnight entered the market in a veritable glut of nuclear war books—at least , according to a count by Publishers Weekly—that followed the success of Schell’s : Alexis C. Madrigal.

      Latest book reviews, author interviews, and reading trends. This is a limited option? Presidents, Generals, and the Secret History of Nuclear War”: the clashing mindsets of the American. Second, escalatory nuclear war would be murderous, suicidal and irrational. Therefore, as long as states retain nuclear weapons, the physical potential for escalation must be severely limited. Kaplan shows in this book that the Americans and Russians who built the doomsday machine will not allow it .


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The authors ofOn Limited Nuclear War in the 21st Century argue that a time may come when one of these states makes the conscious decision that using a nuclear weapon against the United States, its allies, or forward deployed forces in the context of a crisis or.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: On war and its limitation --Historical forms of war-limitation --Political theorists and limits to war --Models of war-limitation: champions, charity and city-swapping --Forms of nuclear war-limitation --The code of nuclear chivalry: a sibility: Ian Clark.

On limited nuclear war in the 21st century, edited by Jeffrey A. Limited nuclear war book and Kerry M. Kartchner, Stanford, Stanford University Press,pp., Rs. (hardback), Rs. (paperba ck Author: Shameer Modongal. InKissinger argued in his book Nuclear Weapons and US Foreign Policy, that merely incorporating tactical nuclear weapons into existing World War II-era military doctrine is dangerous and myopic.

For tactical nuclear weapons demand an entirely new military doctrine for fighting limited nuclear wars. 74 rows  Prime Directive, by Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens; a Star Trek novel where an alien. On Limited Nuclear War recognizes that defense may be insufficient to deal with the challenges presented by "rogue" nuclear states, especially in the realm of assurance to allies and extended deterrence.

The second strength of this book is the presentation. H.W. Brands, author of the new book “The General vs. the President: MacArthur and Truman at the Brink of Nuclear War,” tells HISTORY that.

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Bibliographic information. The first, a limited nuclear war (sometimes attack or exchange), refers to a small-scale use of nuclear weapons by two (or more) belligerents. A "limited nuclear war" could include targeting military facilities—either as an attempt to pre-emptively cripple the enemy's ability to attack as a defensive measure, or as a prelude to an invasion by.

The book effectively reopens critical debate on the future of nuclear weapons and the more likely scenario of a nuclear war initiated by rogues to realize limited objectives. Military leaders serving in the nuclear ranks should certainly read it, as should individuals aspiring to become general officers, regardless of service or specialty, and.

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Medium px. Med-Large px. Large px. { Cite book | first=Kerry M. | last=Kartchner | first2=Jeffrey A. | last2=Larsen | title=On Limited Nuclear War in the 21st Century. The right model for a limited nuclear war was, he said, naval strategy, “in which self-contained units with great firepower gradually gain the upper hand,” with the effect of keeping “the.

US staged 'limited' nuclear battle against Russia in war game This article is more than 2 months old The Pentagon has briefed about the simulated exchange in a Author: Julian Borger. READ THE DOCUMENTS. Document 1: Memorandum from national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski to President Carter, "Our Nuclear War Doctrine: Limited Options and Regional Nuclear War Options," 31 MarchTop Secret.

Source: Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum [JCL], National Security Adviser, Zbigniew Brzezinski Material, Subject File, file 8. In logistics: Logistics in the nuclear age.

Most warfare, moreover, was limited in scale and made little use of advanced technology. It produced only nine highly mobilized war economies: the two Koreas (–53), Israel (,), North Vietnam (–75), Biafra (–70), Iran and Iraq (–88)—all except Israel preindustrial Third World countries.

Kissinger: Limited War Crucial in Nuclear Age. By Morton Halperin. NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND FOREIGN POLICY, By Henry A.

Kissinger. pp. New York: Council on Foreign Relations. $ American foreign policy in the present age has been essentially a reaction to moves by the Soviet Union.Limited Nuclear War: Our examination of the various arguments on this question makes us highly skeptical about the real meaning of "limited." One of the criteria of the just-war teaching is that there must be a reasonable hope of success in bringing about justice and peace.

We must ask whether such a reasonable hope can exist once nuclear.The last two decades have seen a slow but steady increase in nuclear armed states, and in the seemingly less constrained policy goals of some of the newer "rogue" states in the international system.

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