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Raising Our Sights: Russian-American Strategic Restraint in an Age of Vulnerability
David C. Gompert (au); Michael Kofman (au)
The U.S. and Russia have sought to reduce the danger of nuclear war by limiting offensive strategic capabilities through negotiated agreements, relying on mutual deterrence based on reciprocal threats and the corresponding fear of retaliation. This is fundamentally the same way the U.S. and Soviet Union sought to reduce the danger of nuclear war during the Cold War. The U.S. and Russia can and should attempt a qualitative transformation of their strategic relationship. This study calls for three basic changes in approach. It explains why Russian-American strategic restraint is important and then explains how to structure and achieve it, as well as raising some issues that have to be resolved along the way. Illus. This is a print on demand report.
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