This Game of Strategy

Waskow, Arthur I.
February 1962
New Republic;2/26/62, Vol. 146 Issue 9, p15
Focuses on the possibility of nuclear war by the Soviet Union. Comment on rationality of the Western foreign policy; Description of Prevalence and Deterrence models of the American strategies; Report that Deterrence, assume that no nation could survive a thermo-nuclear war; Report that Prevalence strategy is closely connected to the dominant elements of the Air Force and the RAND Corp.; Information on disarmament strategy to avoid the game analogy by accepting irrationality and lack of control.


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