- Author:Kenneth W. Thompson,Rearden Steven L.,Paul H. Nitze
- Publisher:University Press Of America (July 11, 2000)
- Pages:278 pages
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Series: The Alton Jones Foundation Series on Arms Control. Hardcover: 250 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0819178930. Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches.
Paul H. Nitze on Foreign Policy. Steven Reardon, Kenneth W. Thompson, Paul H. Nitze. Paul H. Nitze on National Security and Arms Control. Securing The Seas: The Soviet Naval Challenge And Western Alliance Options. Nitze, Leonard Sullivan, Atlantic Council Working Group. Tension Between Opposites: Reflections on the Practice and Theory of Politics.
Series: The Alton Jones Foundation Series on Arms Control (Book 14.
Series: The Alton Jones Foundation Series on Arms Control (Book 14). Paperback: 250 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0819178947.
The W. Alton Jones Foundation was a charitable foundation, and a sponsor of environmental causes. It was originally involved in sponsoring the arts, particularly theatre. The foundation was started in 1944 by W. Alton "Pete" Jones, an oil executive and chairman of the board of Cities Service Company. In 2001, the Charlottesville, Virginia-based 56-year-old W. Alton Jones Foundation suddenly dissolved
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W. Alton Jones Foundation Series on Arms Control. University Press of America.
A series on arms control must recognize the diversity of views on the subject. One of the aims of this series, made possible by the W. Alton Jones Foundation, is to point out significant differences in thought and policies on arms control. The Miller Center hopes in a small way to contribute to public understanding by bringing to public attention the assumptions and thinking by some dozen experts in the filed. Thus the present volume by Ashton Carter of Harvard is one in a series on a subject that has far-reaching implications to human survival
One contributor focuses on arms transfers, another stresses stability and mediation, and a third analyzes the role of Congress in arms agreements
One contributor focuses on arms transfers, another stresses stability and mediation, and a third analyzes the role of Congress in arms agreements. Part III is an examination of the progress of and prospects for meaningful nuclear arms control. The author describes the current state of United States and Russian strategic nuclear deterrent forces, summarizes the steps necessary for . Russian nuclear disarmament, discusses the future roles of the United States and Russia in disarmament, and predicts the final stage of nuclear disarmament.