Superpowers and International Conflict

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Superpowers and International Conflict

By Carsten Holbraad
St. Martin's, 1979
178 pp. $25.00

The author first examines the pattern of Soviet-American crisis management in four conflict situations of the 1950s and 1960s, then turns to the more complex "triangular" power relationships of the 1970s. There is nothing startling about either the analysis or the conclusions, but along the way he manages to dispose of a number of theories put forward by others, and to argue for further clarification and better application of rules for regulating international disputes.

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