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Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on United States Security Agreements and Commitments Abroad
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Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy

Author : Henry A. Kissinger
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Nuclear Weapons And Foreign Policy

Author : Henry A Kissinger
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In this book Professor Kissinger examines the framework of our foreign policy, the stresses to which that framework is being subjected, and the prospects for world order in an era of high international tension. The three essays were written before Professor Kissinger took leave from Harvard to serve as Assistant to President Nixon for National Secu

Proposals to Ban Nuclear Testing

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs
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Disarmament and Foreign Policy

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Foreign Relations
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Iran s Foreign Policy

Author : Masoud Kazemzadeh
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This book analyzes both domestic and international factors that have influenced Iran’s foreign policy since 1979. It looks not only at the perspectives of the ruling elite, but also of civil society and opposition groups. Furthermore, it also analyzes the interactions among Iran’s policies and those of regional and global powers. Since the 1979 revolution, Iran’s foreign policy has appeared both threatening and puzzling. Some have described it as ideological, whereby the regime has been attempting to export its Islamist rule to neighbouring countries and challenging the international order. Others consider Iran’s foreign policy to be primarily pragmatic, concerned with survival of the regime and expanding its power not unlike other powers in the system. This book attempts to go deeper than most conventional analyses. It demystifies Iran’s foreign policy by describing, in great detail, foreign policy decision making in Iran. Iran is not a one-man dictatorship. Rather, it is rule by an oligarchy of Shia fundamentalists. The regime’s ideology has not been cohesive, nor has it remained consistent in the past 41 years, nor all members of the ruling oligarchy have articulated an identical version of it. The book describes foreign policies of various factions and their leading figures as well as analysing their evolutions since 1979. It explains how various intra-elite configurations of power have influenced the regime’s foreign policy regarding the nuclear weapons program and the relations with the United States. Iran’s Foreign Policy: Elite Factionalism, Ideology, the Nuclear Weapons Program, and the United States adds fresh and critical perspectives on scholarly and policy debates on Iran’s foreign policy. The chapters in this book were originally published in the following journals: Comparative Strategy, American Foreign Policy Interests and the Terrorism Law Report.

American Foreign Policy and the Cold War

Author : Herbert Aptheker
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Tactical Nuclear Weapons

Author : Frank Barnaby
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The Washington Post Index

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Foreign Affairs Pakistan

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CSA Political Science Government

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New Zealand Foreign Affairs Review

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Australian Foreign Affairs Record

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Documents on Swedish Foreign Policy

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American Foreign Policy and Treaty Index

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Congress and Foreign Policy

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National Security Planning

Author : Michael M. Boll
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Discusses the concept of national security, examines defense policy under each postwar administration, and looks at arms control, Vietnam, and detente

Under the Empire

Author : Ninan Koshy
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Ninan Koshy traces the paradigm shift in India's foreign policy to its nuclear weapon programme started in 1998. Fully endorsing all unilateralist actions of the Bush administration meant to destabilize the international order, the NDA government entered into a strategic and military alliance with the U.S. Koshy shows how the Congress-led UPA government went much further along the new policies of its predecessor on nuclear weapons, West Asia, and alliance with the U.S. Abandoning all principles of non-alignment and independence in foreign policy, and ignoring the relevant directives of the Common Minimum Programme, the Manmohan Singh government accepted all conditions dictated by the U.S., tantalized by its promise to 'help India become a major world power in the 21st century'.

Foreign Policy

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Sdi And U s Foreign Policy

Author : Robert W. Tucker
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Strategisk forsvarsinitiativ, SDI i strategi og magtblance; Stabilitet; Våbenkontrol; NATO, Europa.