Overview

This volume provides an understanding of the evolution of strategic thinking since the Adelphi Papers began during the Cold War. These papers are important both in terms of the intellectual contribution they made at the time, and their enduring value in shedding light even on today's security challenges.
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The Evolution of Strategic Thought: Adelphi Paper Classics

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Overview

This volume provides an understanding of the evolution of strategic thinking since the Adelphi Papers began during the Cold War. These papers are important both in terms of the intellectual contribution they made at the time, and their enduring value in shedding light even on today's security challenges.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780203928318
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/2/2008
  • Series: Adelphi Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 698
  • File size: 3 MB

Table of Contents

Introduction Patrick M. Cronin 1. Evolution of NATO Alastair Buchan (Adelphi Paper 1, 1961) 2. Controlled Response and Strategic Warfare T.C. Schelling (Adelphi Paper 19, 1965) 3. The Control of Proliferation: Three Views Solly Zuckerman, Alva Myrdal and Lester B. Pearson (Adelphi Paper 29, 1966) 4. Israel and the Arab World: The Crisis of 1967 Michael Howard and Robert Hunter (Adelphi Paper 41, 1967) 5. The Asian Balance of Power: A Comparison with European Precedents Coral Bell (Adelphi Paper 44, 1968) 6. Change and Security in Europe Pierre Hassner (Adelphi Paper 49, 1968) 7. Urban Guerrilla Warfare Robert Moss (Adelphi Paper 79, 1971) 8. Oil and Influence: The Oil Weapon Examined Hanns Maull (Adelphi Paper 117, 1975) 9. The Spread of Nuclear Weapons: More May Be Better Kenneth N. Waltz (Adelphi Paper 171, 1981) 10. Intervention and Regional Security Neil Macfarlane (Adelphi Paper 196, 1985) 11. Humanitarian Action in War Adam Roberts (Adelphi Paper 305, 1996) 12. The Transformation of Strategic Affairs Lawrence Freedman (Adelphi Paper 379, 2006)

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