Alternative Conventional Defense Postures in the European Theater: Force posture alternatives for Europe after the cold war, Volume 3

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Hans GŁnter Brauch, Robert Kennedy
Taylor & Francis, 1990 - History - 315 pages
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The aim of the editors has been to contribute to the development of concepts that would reduce the danger of conflict, by the creation of more stable structures of defense in the context of a conventional defense posture. A variety of alternatives
 

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Contents

Debate on Alternative Conventional Military Force Structure
3
The American Debate on Conventional Alternatives for
35
Military Doctrine Force Postures and Arms Control
57
Nuclear Forces and the Defense of Europe John M Wrinstein
77
Improving NATOs Defense Franz UhleWettler
103
The SAS Proposal
117
A Conceptual Critique and
131
European Security NATO and the Future of the
191
Chronology of Political Change in Europe January 1991
211
Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany
265
Treaty Between the Federal Republic of Germany and
271
Charter of Paris for a New Europe
281
Index
291
About the Editors and Contributors
313
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About the author (1990)

Brauch is Chairman of Peace Research and European Security Studies (AFES-PRESS), an international non-profit scientific society.

Robert Kennedy has taught phonology, phonetics, linguistic analysis, and dialects of English for over fifteen years. As a specialist in reduplicative phonology and morphology, accent portrayal, nickname formation, and the linguistics of team sports, he has published in Phonology, American Speech, and Linguistic Inquiry. He is also a widely sought media presence, cited in the Boston Globe, New York Times, Baltimore Sun, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, and on BBC Sporthour. A prolific internet humourist (through his page, lolPhonology), he is always interested in new ways to make linguistics engaging and accessible to a broad audience.

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