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The Last Great Nuclear Debate

NATO and Short-Range Nuclear Weapons in the 1980s



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The Last Great Nuclear Debate by Thomas E. Halverson
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America, Britain and West Germany faced many deployment and operational dilemmas with NATO's short-range nuclear weapons during the Cold War. Long-standing decision-making and planning habits, and rapidly thawing East-West relations stimulated intense nuclear debate in the 1980s. This text documents the divergent reactions to a changing security environment which led a newly assertive West Germany to break out of previous foreign policy constraints, signalling both the end of a strategic era and the precurser to a unified Germany.

Author Biography

Thomas Halverson
Release date NZ
November 20th, 1995
Foreword by Lawrence Freedman
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
XVI, 219 p.
Palgrave Macmillan
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