US Nuclear Strategy and the Implications for Global Security
Edited by David S. McDonough
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This edited volume brings together the proceedings of a policy workshop in which Canadian and American strategic thinkers and arms control experts discussed recent US nuclear weapon developments. Difference facets of US nuclear strategy are examined, touching on such diverse issues as counter-proliferation doctrine, missile defence systems, NATO nuclear weapon policies, strategic nuclear stability, American grand strategy and Canada-US relations. What is the current status of US nuclear strategy and deterrence? What are the implications of current US nuclear developments to global security? What are Canadian strategic interests and what impact will these developments have on Canada's international security policy? The chapters in this volume seek to answer these and other salient questions.
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