International Security Negotiations: Lessons Learned from Negotiating with the Russians on Nuclear Arms

@inproceedings{Wheeler2006InternationalSN,
  title={International Security Negotiations: Lessons Learned from Negotiating with the Russians on Nuclear Arms},
  author={Michael O. Wheeler},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract : This paper examines arms control and non-proliferation negotiations during and after the Cold War. To make the analysis of this vast topic manageable, the discussion concentrates on negotiating with the Russians (recognizing that the USSR was more the Russia) and, primarily, on negotiations to eliminate or control nuclear arms. American Cold War policy was focused largely through the lens of how to contain and deter Russian expansion and aggression. The intense military competition… Expand
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