Détente; cold war strategies in transition. Edited by Eleanor Lansing Dulles and Robert Dickson Crane, with the assistance of Mary Catherine McCarthy. Pref. by Arleigh Burke. Foreword by Robert Murphy.

; Crane, Robert Dickson, editor ; Georgetown University. Center for Strategic Studies
New York, Published for the Center for Strategic Studies, Georgetown University, by F.A. Praeger [1965] .

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Other Authors Crane, Robert Dickson,
Georgetown University. Center for Strategic Studies.
Subjects History, Modern -- 1945-1989.
History, Modern.
Koude Oorlog.
World politics -- 1965-1975.
World politics.
Description x, 307 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Political evolution in the Communist world / Klaus Mehnert -- Peace or peaceful coexistence? / Richard V. Allen -- Soviet strategic thought in transition / Thomas W. Wolfe -- The Sino-Soviet dispute on war / Robert Dickson Crane -- Three detentes : 1955-1964 / Malcolm Mackintosh -- Berlin -- barometer of tension / Eleanor Lansing Dulles -- Soviet disarmament policy : illusion and reality. Soviet arms control negotiations / James E. Dougherty -- European unity : a German view / Klaus Mehnert -- Nuclear strategy : a French view / Pierre M. Gallois -- Grand strategy reconstructed : an American view / David M. Abshire -- Appendix : Impact of Khrushchev's downfall on Soviet military policy and detente / Thomas W. Wolfe.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)912037
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WorldCat Identities Dulles, Eleanor Lansing, 1895-1996,
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