Publisher description for U.S.-Soviet security cooperation : achievements, failures, lessons / edited by Alexander L. George, Philip J. Farley, Alexander Dallin.

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The first comprehensive and systematic analysis of American and Soviet security cooperation since World War II, this volume expertly examines the pursuit of arms control, the search for stability, and the balance of power between the two countries. The twenty-one case studies, each
commissioned from a highly qualified specialist on the subject in question, probe a wide range of global, regional, and bilateral situations and issues, including both successful and unsuccessful instances of cooperation. Developing a rigorous theoretical framework for analyzing and comparing these
diverse cases, the contributors cast new light on the history of superpower relations.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Arms control -- United States.
Arms control -- Soviet Union.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- United States.