It is a cause for surprise that, with a stable of contributors including British, American and Israeli experts, this rather ambitious book has so little to say that is new. Most of it is standard exposition. The assessments of Soviet policy are generally sound, so far as the evidence allows us to judge, but those dealing with American policy seem more concerned with scoring points against Reagan and his cold warriors than in studied analysis and prescription.
Get the latest book reviews delivered right to your inbox.
More Reviews on Political and Legal From This Issue