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Arms Races, Arms Control And Conflict Analysis
Arms Races, Arms Control And Conflict Analysis
By Walter Isard
Cambridge University Press, 1989, 529 pp.

This is not for the faint-hearted or the innumerate. (And its editors have committed every author's nightmare: a grievous typo in the first sentence of the book.) Those who dip into it or use it for reference, however, will find a rich compilation of analytic techniques for addressing conflict, written by one of the creators of modern conflict research.