Dangerous capabilities: Paul Nitze and the Cold War
A timely, dramatic history of the struggles, open and secret, over national policy toward the Soviet Union since the end of World War II. Described by Gregg Herken, author of Counsels of War, as"...a fascinating 'read' on a seminal--but unsung--figure in the history of the cold war".
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