Strategic Defense And The American Ethos: Can The Nuclear World Be Changed? (Sais Papers in International Affairs) ePub download
by Michael Vlahos
- ISBN: 0813304660
- ISBN13: 978-0813304663
- ePub: 1177 kb | FB2: 1750 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Politics & Government
- Publisher: Westview Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1987)
- Pages: 122
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Strategic Defense Initiative, National security, Deterrence (Strategy), National characteristics, American. Boulder : Westview Press with the Foreign Policy Institute, School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University.
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Michael Vlahos is codirector of the Security Studies Program at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International .
Michael Vlahos is codirector of the Security Studies Program at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). His previous books include The Blue Sword: The Naval War College and the American Mission, 1919-1941 (1981) and America: Images of Empire (1982). Recommend to Librarian.
Vlahos, M. The concept and utility of strategic defense should be evaluated in an embracing cultural context defined by the values, attitudes, and world-view of society - its ethos. The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) responds both to changes in the American ethos and to shifts in the balance of power. Together, these changes have undermined the basis of . force posture and alliance relationships of the nuclear era: deterrence through the threat of nuclear retaliation.
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The nuclear community is not very large any more, and those .
The nuclear community is not very large any more, and those involved in the business have a genuine appreciation for anyone who is dealing with the same issues. Next door, at the Defense Nuclear Weapons School, Major Bill Weininger gave me a personal tour of the stockpile exhibit in their museum. toward non-strategic nuclear weapons is changing as a consequence of the end of the Cold War and a confluence of events since 2001: the September 11th attacks, the global war on terrorism, and two terms of President George W. Bush.
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