The Coming Crisis

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The Coming Crisis

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Contributions Larry D. Welch (Foreword)
Victor A. Utgoff (Editor)
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Isbn10 0262710056
Isbn13 9780262710053
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Number Of Pages 331
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Physical Dimensions 9.2 x 6.2 x 0.8 inches
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Publish Date July 7, 2000
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Publishers The MIT Press
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Subjects International relations
Nuclear weapons
Political science & theory
Political Science
Politics / Current Events
Politics/International Relations
Military Science
Nuclear Energy
Political Freedom & Security - International Secur
History / Americas (North, Central, South, West Indies)
Military policy
National security
Nuclear nonproliferation
United States
Weapons of mass destruction
Subtitle Nuclear Proliferation, U.S. Interests, and World Order (BCSIA Studies in International Security)
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The Coming Crisis
Authors Victor A. Utgoff
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Categories Political Science
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Description How will continued proliferation of nuclear weapons change the global political order? This collection of essays comes to conclusions at odds with the conventional wisdom. Stephen Rosen and Barry Posen explore how nuclear proliferation may affect US incentives to confront regional aggression. Stephen Walt argues that regional allies will likely prove willing to stand with a strong and ready United States against nuclear-backed aggression. George Quester and Brad Roberts examine long-term strategic objectives in responding to nuclear attack by a regional aggressor. Richard Betts highlights the potential for disastrous mistakes in moving toward and living in a world heavily populated with nuclear-armed states. Scott Sagan explains how the nuclear nonproliferation policies best suited to some states can spur proliferation by others. Caroline Ziemke shows how the analysis of a state's strategic personality can provide insights into why it might want nuclear weapons and how its policies may develop once it gets them. And, Victor Utgoff concludes that the United States seems more likely to intervene against regional aggression when the aggressor has nuclear weapons than when it does not.
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 319
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Published Date 2000
Publisher MIT Press
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Subtitle Nuclear Proliferation, U.S. Interests, and World Order
Title The Coming Crisis

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