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Soviet Foreign Policy Since World War II Joseph L. Nogee 1984 En analyse af Soviets udenrigspolitik siden 2. verdenskrig og et forsøg på at forstå Sovjets holdning over for de kapitalistiske stormagter.
German Unification Dole Anderson 2019-03-11
The Evolution Of American Strategic Doctrine Steven L Rearden 2019-07-11 This book provides a comprehensive analysis of Paul H. Nitze’s influence on the making of U.S. national security policy, as well as his recent involvement in arms control negotiations. After World War II, Nitze played a major role in drafting a policy paper for the National Security Council—NSC 68—that profoundly affected U.S. strategic policy. With the outbreak of the Korean War and increased Soviet expansionism in the 1950s, Nitze and his colleagues argued forcefully for a strong program of American rearmament and an expanded peacetime defense force. Dr. Rearden brings the retrospective up to date with a discussion of Nitze’s role in the SALT and Euromissile talks.
The Soviet Conduct of Tactical Maneuver David M. Glantz 1991 First Published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
The Soviet Army Department of the Army 2019-07-19 The Soviet Army: Operations and Tactics FM 100-2-1 This field manual is part of FM series 100-2, The Soviet Army. The other volumes are FM 100-2-2, The Soviet Army: Specialized Warfare and Rear Area Support, and FM 100-2-3, The Soviet Army: Troops, Organization and Equipment. These manuals cannot stand alone, but should be used interchangeably. These field manuals serve as the definitive source of unclassified information on Soviet ground forces and their interaction with other services in combined arms warfare. These manuals represent the most current unclassified information and they will be updated periodically. More information would become available in the event of war or national emergency. Why buy a book you can download for free? We print the paperback book so you don't have to. First you gotta find a good clean (legible) copy and make sure it's the latest version (not always easy). Some documents found on the web are missing some pages or the image quality is so poor, they are difficult to read. If you find a good copy, you could print it using a network printer you share with 100 other people (typically its either out of paper or toner). If it's just a 10-page document, no problem, but if it's 250-pages, you will need to punch 3 holes in all those pages and put it in a 3-ring binder. Takes at least an hour. It's much more cost-effective to just order the bound paperback from Amazon.com This book includes original commentary which is copyright material. Note that government documents are in the public domain. We print these paperbacks as a service so you don't have to. The books are compact, tightly-bound paperback, full-size (8 1/2 by 11 inches), with large text and glossy covers. 4th Watch Publishing Co. is a HUBZONE SDVOSB. https: //usgovpub.com
Keesing's Record of World Events 1988
The German Social Democrats Since 1969 Gerard Braunthal 2019-07-11 This thoroughly revised edition of The West German Social Democrats, 1969-1982: Profile of a Party in Power contrasts the period during which the SPD was in power with its role since 1982 as an opposition party. Even though it was the senior party in the coalition governments of chancellors Willy Brandt and Helmut Schmidt, it did not have the influence on domestic and foreign policy in the 1970s that it had hoped for. Nevertheless, it achieved insider status, unlike its dual competitive and cooperative opposition role vis-a-vis the conservative governments of Helmut Kohl. Braunthal also discusses the short-lived East German SPD, which formed during the crumbling months of the German Democratic Republic and then merged with the West German party shortly before unification. In a period when some analysts pronounce the victory of capitalism and the death of socialism and others decry the crises among political parties, the SPD has managed to remain relatively strong. Yet the party, argues the author, will need to enhance its support, especially in eastern Germany, if it expects to regain political power in the 1990s. Such a goal cannot be reached unless it projects a modern image, minimizes intraparty discord, copes successfully with the external social and economic forces affecting its development, and has a dynamic leadership that presents appealing policy alternatives to the Kohl government. Braunthal details the SPD's organization, leadership, factions, constituent associations, ideology, voter support and elections, relations to Parliament and government, and influence on government policies. He draws from a wealth of primary sources, including unpublished German archival records and over 200 interviews with top politicians, party officials, SPD members, and journalists. Braunthal, one of the leading Western scholars on the SPD, presents here the definitive study of this pivotal party.
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 1982-06 The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
The World Set Free H. G. Wells 2021-03-14T21:37:23Z After learning of atomic physics, H. G. Wells began to think of its potential impact on human society. In The World Set Free, atomic energy causes massive unemployment, shaking the already fragile social order. The ambitious powers of the world decide to seize the opportunity to compete for dominance, and a world war breaks out, echoing the looming Great War about to ignite in 1914. Waking to the catastrophe, humanity begins the hard search for a way into a better future. The novel traces a soldier, an ex-king, a despot, and a sage through a profound transformation of human society, and we gain a window into Wells’ own thoughts and hopes along the way. With one prophetic stroke, Wells gives the first detailed depiction of atomic energy and its potential destructive power, and predicts the use of the air power in modern warfare. He may have even directly influenced the development of nuclear weapons, as the physicist Leó Szilárd, shortly after reading the novel in 1932, then conceived of harnessing the neutron chain reaction critical to the development of the atom bomb. This book is part of the Standard Ebooks project, which produces free public domain ebooks.
Public Papers of Nelson A. Rockefeller Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller 1959
The History of the Soviet Atomic Industry Arkadii Kruglov 2002-08-15 For the first time, readers can discover the numerous pioneers of the Soviet nuclear industry, including the role of scientific supervisors of Russia's nuclear project and the statesmen who coordinated the function of the atomic industry in the former USSR. This is a detailed account, translated to English for the first time, of the development of the atomic industry in the former Soviet Union. It deals with the activities of production facilities, research institutes and design bureaus that designed and manufactured equipment and materials. That material was applied in various fields of atomic science and engineering, but primarily in the construction of atomic weapons. History of Soviet Atomic Industry will be of interest to scientists and engineers in the nuclear industry, as well as historians of science and the post-war Soviet Union.
Biowarrior Igorʹ Valerianovich Domaradskiĭ 2003 This extraordinary memoir by a leading Russian scientist who worked for decades at the nerve center of the top-secret "Biopreparat" offers a chilling look into the biological weapons program of the former Soviet Union, vestiges of which still exist today in the Russian Federal Republic. Igor Domaradskij calls himself an "inconvenient man": a dedicated scientist but a nonconformist who was often in conflict with government and military apparatchiks. In this book he reveals the deadly nature of the research he participated in for almost fifteen years. From 1950 till 1973, Domaradskij played an increasingly important role as a specialist in the area of epidemic bacterial infections. He was largely responsible for an effective system of plague control within the former USSR, which prevented mass outbreaks of rodent-born diseases. But after twenty-three years of making significant scientific contributions, his work was suddenly redirected. Under pressure from the Soviet military he helped design, create, and direct Biopreparat, the goal of which was to develop new types of biological weapons. From the inception of this highly secret venture Domaradskij openly expressed his skepticism and criticized it as a risky gamble and a serious error by the government. Eventually his critical attitude forced him out of the communist party, and finally cost him the opportunity of continuing his scientific work. Domaradskij goes into great detail about the secrecy, intrigue, and the bureaucratic maze that enveloped the Biopreparat scientists, making them feel like helpless pawns. What stands out in his account is the hasty, patchwork nature of the Soviet effort in bioweaponry. Far from being a smooth-running, terrifying monolith, this was an enterprise cobbled together out of the conflicts and contretemps of squabbling party bureaucrats, military know-nothings, and restless, ambitious scientists. In some ways the inefficiency and lack of accountability in this system make it all the more frightening as a worldwide threat. For today its dimensions are still not fully known, nor is it certain that any one group is completely in control of the proliferation of this lethal weaponry. Biowarrior is disturbing but necessary reading for anyone wishing to understand the nature and dimensions of the biological threat in an era of international terrorism.
Bloodlands Timothy Snyder 2012-10-02 From the author of the international bestseller On Tyranny, the definitive history of Hitler’s and Stalin’s politics of mass killing, explaining why Ukraine has been at the center of Western history for the last century. Americans call the Second World War “the Good War.” But before it even began, America’s ally Stalin had killed millions of his own citizens—and kept killing them during and after the war. Before Hitler was defeated, he had murdered six million Jews and nearly as many other Europeans. At war’s end, German and Soviet killing sites fell behind the Iron Curtain, leaving the history of mass killing in darkness. Assiduously researched, deeply humane, and utterly definitive, Bloodlands is a new kind of European history, presenting the mass murders committed by the Nazi and Stalinist regimes as two aspects of a single story. With a new afterword addressing the relevance of these events to the contemporary decline of democracy, Bloodlands is required reading for anyone seeking to understand the central tragedy of modern history and its meaning today.
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 1966-11 The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
The Soviets, Germany, And The New Europe Robbin F Laird 1991-11-13 Examining the Soviet-West German relationship, this book assesses the context within which Moscow has crafted its policy toward the FRG, identifies key elements of Soviet policy and assesses emerging trends. It concludes with an assessment of the possible paths for Soviet-German policy.
The Nuclear Delusion George Frost Kennan 1982 "Since the World War II, critics have warned us about the futility of a new war that would be fought with nuclear arms and about the dangers involved in relying on such weapons. Yet those who call for nuclear disarmament have nearly always been dismissed as naive and uninformed about the Soviet foreign policy. In The Nuclear Delusion, America's pre-eminent Soviet expert explains why the nuclear arms race has never been based on a fully realistic assessment of the Soviet Union; how its acceleration and the reliance on nuclear deterrence constitute a disastrous policy; and why a sober view of Russian-American relations today demands its immediate cessation."--Jacket.
Spying on the Nuclear Bear Michael S. Goodman 2007 Based on previously unavailable sources, this book reveals the Anglo-American intelligence effort to penetrate the most secret domain of the Soviet government—its nuclear weapons program.
The Department of State Bulletin 1984
The Soviet Union and the Nordic Nuclear-weapons-free-zone Proposal Börje Ingemar Bertil Lindahl 1988 Lindahl undersøger, hvorfor Sovjetunionen, der har fostret tanken om et atomvåbenfrit Norden, så ivrigt opmuntrer de skandinaviske lande til at enes om en sådan erklæring, selv om erklæringen reelt må anses for unødvendig, da der faktisk ikke findes kernevåben i Norden. De nærmeste kernevåben er Sovjets egne.
Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, Harry S. Truman, 1951 United States Government Printing Office 1999-06 Spine title reads: Public Papers of the Presidents, Harry S. Truman, 1951. Contains public messages and statements of the President of the United States released by the White House from January 1-December 31, 1951. Also includes appendices and an index. Item 574-A. Related items: Public Papers of the Presidents collection can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/public-papers-presidents
Chemical Weapons In Soviet Military Doctrine Joachim Krause 1992-09-09
Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States United States. President 1990 "Containing the public messages, speeches, and statements of the President", 1956-1992.
The Two German States and European Security F. Stephen Larrabee 1989-05-01 This collection of essays examines the relationship between West Germany and the German Democratic Republic in terms of economics and politics. The problems caused by the division of Germany in relation to European and international defence policies are also discussed.
Towards a War-free World Joseph Rotblat 1995 The book focuses on subjects of nuclear disarmament, the reduction and control of conventional weapons, the arms trade, future roles of the UN, regional confidence-building measures, global governance, sustainable use of resources and ethical challenges in the modern era, all of which related to the ultimate goal of eliminating war.
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 1996-11 The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
Soviet Nuclear Weapons Policy William C. Green 1987-05-13 Bibliografien henvender sig dels til forskere med speciel interesse for Sovjetunionens forsvarspolitik og dels til specialister i strategisk analyse, der har brug for at vide mere om Sovjets strategi og filosofi. Desuden appellerer bibliografien til personer med interesse for Sovjets atomvåbenpolitik.
Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations 1991
Inside the Warsaw Pact 1992
Soviet Naval Forces And Nuclear Warfare James J Tritten 1986-06-19
Life Has Become More Joyous, Comrades Karen Petrone 2000 Indiana-Michigan Series in Russian and East European Studies--Alexander Rabinowitch and William G. Rosenberg, editorsContentsInterpreting Soviet CelebrationsPart 1: Soviet Popular Culture and Mass MobilizationParading the Nation: Demonstrations and the Construction of Soviet IdentitiesImagining the Motherland: The Celebration of Soviet Aviation and Polar ExploitsFir Trees and Carnivals: The Celebration of Soviet New Year's DayPart 2: The Intelligentsia and Soviet EnlightenmentA Double-edged Discourse on Freedom: The Pushkin Centennial of 1937Anniversary of Turmoil: The Twentieth Anniversary of the October RevolutionCelebrating Civic Participation: The Stalin Constitution and Elections as Rituals of DemocracyCelebrations and Power
Technical Data Digest United States. Army Air Forces 1952
Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: Harry S. Truman, 1951, Volume 7 Truman, Harry S. 1965-01-01 Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States
Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: Richard M. Nixon, 1972 Nixon, Richard M. 1974-01-01 Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States
UNDEX Series "C": General Assembly Milton Mittelman 1979
China's Arms Acquisitions from Abroad Bates Gill 1995 The People's Republic of China seeks to attain military strength commensurate with its growing regional and international influence and to close the military-technological gap which has long separated it from the other major powers. To achieve its military modernization goals, China will continue its efforts to import the critical weapons and technologies it requires. Yet, for reasons rooted in both historical and contemporary contexts, China faces many difficulties and setbacks in this quest. China's Arms Acquisitions from Abroad documents and analyses the 150-year effort by China to strengthen its military forces through arms imports. Based on an historical understanding of this process, the report focuses mainly on contemporary transfers of weapons and technologies to China, particularly those from the Soviet Union and Russia, but also including imports from Israel, France, the United Kingdom, the United States and other suppliers. Relying on primary sources as well as on the most comprehensive collection of open-source data and information available on the subject, the report provides extensive documentation and a balanced assessment of past, current and likely future developments regarding Chinese arms imports. This unique study will prove useful to experts and officials concerned with security and regional affairs in East Asia.
Congressional Record United States. Congress 1968
Public Papers [of the Governors] New York (State). Governor 1963
The Continuing Danger of Nuclear Weapons Richard Latter 1993
Secret Weapons and World War II Walter E. Grunden 2005 While previous writers have focused primarily on strategic, military, and intelligence factors, Walter Grunden underscores the dramatic scientific and technological disparities that left Japan vunerable and ultimately led to its defeat in World War II.