A Quiet Revolution Nuclear Strategy for the 21 st Century

Wirtz, James J.; Russell, James A.
December 2002
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Winter2002, Issue 33, p9
Delves into the U.S. nuclear strategy. Announcement made by the government of a shift in nuclear doctrine, negotiating strategic force deductions, and introducing confidence-building measures intended to reduce tension and foster relations; Relationship between the U.S. and Russia; Identification of new targeting priorities for nuclear weapons.


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