In This Review

Beyond Nuclear Deterrence: New Aims, New Arms
Beyond Nuclear Deterrence: New Aims, New Arms
Edited by Johan J. Hoist and Uwe Nerlich
Crane, Russak, 1977, 320 pp.

An unusually well-integrated collection of essays, based on the correct assumption that new military technologies and changed political perceptions are altering the strategic environment at the Soviet-American and European levels. The result of a European-American workshop, the book maintains a consistently high level of analysis throughout.