Conventional Defense and Total Deterrence: Assessing Nato's Strategic Options
Overskrifter: Conventional defense; NATOs Central Front; The Soviets and the Warsaw Pact; Surprise and Mobilization; Realigning Conventional Strategy, Finding the Right Questions.
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