Thinking About Peace
The Conceptualization and Conduct of U.S.-Soviet DetenteBook - 1987
This book examines the theoretical underpinnings and historical episodes of U.S.-Soviet detente, offers methods for assessing its relative desirability and feasibility, and advocates a strategy for the pursuit of a detente option. Key concepts such as trust, risk, and provision of benefit allow the construction of parallel events-data and content-analytic devices for measuring historical highpoints in U.S.-Soviet post-war cooperation.
Publisher: Lanham, MD : University Press of America, c1987
Characteristics: xviii, 231 p. : ill. ; 24 cm