Alliance Policy in the Cold War
This book discusses the alliance policy between the United States and the Soviet. The book consists of ten chapters about the stresses and strains in the Cold War, coalition policy and the concept of world order, the American ethos and the alliance system, collective defense versus collective security, the evolutions of collective security under the United Nations charter, the military commitment of collective defense, on NATO strategy, theory and practice of alliances, alliances with fledgling states, the United States and the colonial debate, and the Soviet commitments to collective action. This book is suitable for research on the the relationships between United States and Russia and their alliance policy during the Cold War.
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