The Other Arms Race: New Technologies and Non-Nuclear Conflict

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The Other Arms Race: New Technologies and Non-Nuclear Conflict

Edited by Geoffrey Kemp, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr., and Uri
Lexington Books, 1975
218 pp. $14.50
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A most valuable survey of the important revolution now underway in the technology of non-nuclear weapons. The "smart bombs" used in the closing stages of the Vietnam War and the antitank guided missiles employed in the Yom Kippur War are forerunners of a new generation of "precision-guided munitions." The authors examine the political as well as the strategic implications of the new defense technologies in a non-polemical and yet intellectually provocative manner.

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