Strategic Survey 1994-1995
Oxford University Press, USA, Sep 28, 1995 - Business & Economics - 268 pages
This outstanding work is an annual analytical review and assessment of security-related events around the world. The significant events of the year are examined in their political contexts, and the trends for international security are identified. The book, consisting of factual accounts, analysis, and background data, is organized both by topic (arms control or strategic policy issues, for example) and geographically, with a careful review of each geographic area. The information is enhanced with maps, and includes a full chronology of important events by geographic area. It will be an invaluable tool for interpreting worldwide strategic developments, and will be of interest to teachers and students of international relations, journalists, politicians, and economists, as well as military and defense personnel.
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