Tactical Nuclear Weapons and NATO
This volume discusses what role is left, if any, for tactical nuclear arms in the modern strategic arena. It examines the strategic implications of their presence or disarmament. It explores the potential for multilateral initiatives between the US, Russia, and the EU on the issue. It questions whether arms control processes like the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaties (START) should include non-strategic nuclear weapons, or whether tactical nuclear arms are so outdated that they should be removed from the agenda and reduced unilaterally.
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Tom Nichols, William F Burns, Richard Weitz, Paul Schulte, Elbridge A Colby, George E Hudson, Jacob W Kipp, Leonid Polyakov, Evgeny Buzhinski, Nikolai Sokov, Douglas Stuart, Simon Lunn, Götz Neuneck, Paolo Foradori, Nick Childs, James A Blackwell, Leo Michel, Guy B Roberts, James M Smith, Steven Pifer, Dorn Crawford, Malcom Chalmers, Jeffrey D McCausland, Tom Nichols, Douglas Stuart
Tom Nichols, Douglas Stuart, Jeffrey D. McCausland
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