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The President, The Bureaucracy, and World Regions in Arms Control, Vol. V

Kenneth W. Thompson - Contributions by Kenneth W. Thompson; Stephen Read Hammer Jr.; Robert A. Strong; General John R. Galvin; Bates Gill; Ambassador James F. Leonard; John R. Redick; Craig B. Chellis and Robert F. Goheen

Copublished with the Miller Center, this book explores the complex and significant subject of arms control. In Part I, 'The Presidency and the Process,' the authors examine the general relationship between the presidency and the arms control process, and then look in particular at Jimmy Carter's place in the Cold War. In Part II, 'World Regions and Arms Control,' the authors explore structures for security in Europe, and security and arms proliferation in Asia. « less more »
University Press of America / Burkett Miller Center Public Affairs
Pages: 166Size: 6 1/2 x 9 1/4
978-0-7618-1082-7 • Hardback • April 1998 • $78.00 • (£52.95)
978-0-7618-1083-4 • Paperback • April 1998 • $46.99 • (£31.95)
Kenneth W. Thompson is Director of the Miller Center of Public Affairs and J. Wilson Newman Professor of Government and Foreign Affairs at the University of Virginia.
Chapter 1 Preface
Chapter 2 Introduction
Chapter 3 The Presidency and the Process: The Presidency and Arms Control; Jimmy Carter and the Neutron Bomb: The Making of an Indecision
Chapter 4 World Regions and Arms Control: Structures for Security in Europe; Security and Arms Proliferation in Asia; Arms Control in the Middle East; Nuclear Restraint in Latin America: Argentina and Brazil
Chapter 5 Governance, The Process, and Prospects of Arms Control: Intelligence, Governance, and the Arms Control Process; Nonporliferation Following the Cold War: Status and Options
Chapter 6 Concluding Observation