Stanford, California : Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University, 
Book — xv, 530 pages ; 23 cm.
Preface / by George P. Shultz
A bet portrayed as a certainty : reassessing the added deterrent value of nuclear weapons / by Benoît Pelopidas
The nuclear dilemma : constants and variables in American strategic policies / by James E. Goodby
A realist's rationale for a world without nuclear weapons / by Steven Pifer
The debate over disarmament within NATO / by Isabelle Williams and Steven P. Andreasen
Russia, strategic stability, and nuclear weapons / by Pavel Podvig
Comparing German and Polish post-Cold War nuclear policies : a convergence of European attitudes on nuclear disarmament and deterrence? / by Katarzyna Kubiak and Oliver Meier
Utility of nuclear deterrence in the Middle East / by Shlomo Brom
Proliferation and deterrence beyond the nuclear tipping point in the Middle East / by Karim Haggag
A Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction : moving beyond the stalemate / by Peter Jones
Decoupling nuclear weapons and deterrence in South Asia / by S. Paul Kapur
Getting to the table : prospects and challenges for arms control with China / by Michael S. Gerson
China and global nuclear arms control and disarmament / by Li Bin
Korea : will South Korea's non-nuclear strategy defeat North Korea's nuclear breakout? / by Peter Hayes and Chung-In Moon
Japan's disarmament dilemma : between the moral commitment and the security reality / by Nobumasa Akiyama
Creating the conditions for a world without nuclear weapons / by James E. Goodby and Steven Pifer.
The Nuclear Dilemma in a Changing World The War That Must Never Be Fought explores how nuclear deterrence should be understood seventy years after the first nuclear tests. These essays, edited by George P. Shultz and James E. Goodby, challenge outdated deterrence theories and show a clear need to re-examine notions from the Cold War that no longer fit present circumstances. They argue that a world without nuclear weapons is a desirable objective that is in the national security interests of the United States. The contributors examine nuclear deterrence from the vantage points of nations in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia, all of which have some form of security relationship with the United States, either cooperative or competitive. They explain, for instance, why agreement by Poland and Germany on nuclear deterrence and nuclear arms control is necessary if Europeans are to be proactive in reducing nuclear weapons in Europe and. They explore the strategic views, and resulting nuclear policies, of India and Pakistan to determine the possibilities for decoupling nuclear weapons from deterrence. They also tell why successfully reducing and ultimately eliminating the nuclear threat must be based on a combination of regional and global joint enterprises. The authors conclude with suggestions that might lead to a successful joint enterprise on security among the world's nuclear powers. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Concern about the threat posed by nuclear weapons has preoccupied the United States and presidents of the United States since the beginning of the nuclear era. Nuclear Security draws from papers presented at the 2013 meeting of the American Nuclear Society examining worldwide efforts to control nuclear weapons and ensure the safety of the nuclear enterprise of weapons and reactors against catastrophic accidents. The distinguished contributors, all known for their long-standing interest in getting better control of the threats posed by nuclear weapons and reactors, discuss what we can learn from past successes and failures and attempt to identify the key ingredients for a road ahead that can lead us toward a world free of nuclear weapons. The authors review historical efforts to deal with the challenge of nuclear weapons, with a focus on the momentous arms control negotiations between U.S. president Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev. They offer specific recommendations for reducing risks that should be adopted by the nuclear enterprise, both military and civilian, in the United States and abroad. Since the risks posed by the nuclear enterprise are so high, they conclude, no reasonable effort should be spared to ensure safety and security. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book — viii, 577 p.,  p. of plates : ill., map ; 25 cm.
During the Cold War, superpowers amassed nuclear arsenals containing the explosive power of one million Hiroshimas. The Soviet Union secretly plotted to create the "Dead Hand, " a system designed to launch an automatic retaliatory nuclear strike on the United States, and developed a fearsome biological warfare machine. President Ronald Reagan, hoping to awe the Soviets into submission, pushed hard for the creation of space-based missile defenses. This, the first full account of how the arms race finally ended, provides an unprecedented look at the inner motives and secret decisions of each side. Drawing on top-secret documents from deep inside the Kremlin, memoirs, and interviews in both Russia and the United States, David Hoffman introduces the scientists, soldiers, diplomats, and spies who saw the world sliding toward disaster and tells the gripping story of how Reagan, Gorbachev, and many others struggled to bring the madness to an end.--From publisher description.
The mortal danger of nuclear weapons is unique in its terrifying potential for devastation on an unprecedented and unimaginable scale. In this book, Sidney D. Drell and James E. Goodby-each with more than twenty years' experience in national security issues both in public and private capacities-review the main policy issues surrounding nonproliferation of nuclear weapons. They address the specific actions that the community of nations-with American leadership-should take to confront and turn back the nuclear danger that imperils humanity. The nuclear genie, say the authors, cannot be put back in the bottle. Our most urgent task as a nation today is to successfully manage, contain, and reduce the grave danger of nuclear weapons-whether in the hands of adversaries or friendly states. This book hopes to stimulate active public dialogue on this important subject. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
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