The Nuclear Predicament: Nuclear Weapons in the Twenty-First Century (3rd Edition)
This interdisciplinary book examines the evolving nuclear predicament and considers particular strategies to cope with and shape the nuclear future. This book reflects the changes brought to nuclear issues by the end of the cold war. The Nuclear Predicament focuses on four main themes, allowing students to understand new nuclear situations—militarily, politically, socially, and ethically— as they arise. Appropriate for anyone with an interest in Nuclear Issues, American Foreign Policy, International Relations, Global Issues, and Contemporary History.
Specifications of The Nuclear Predicament: Nuclear Weapons in the Twenty-First Century (3rd Edition)
|Author||Peter R. Beckman, Paul Crumlish, Michael Dobkowski, Steven Lee|
|Number Of Pages||340|
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