Perceptions of the superpower military balances: Considerations and evidence
Daniel, Donald Charles
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This report brings to Naval Postgraduate School Balances." Part one focu policy considerationas as presents evidence and cas German, Japanese, and Ara part three draws together aether papers presented on 9 December 1977 at a Seminar on "Perceptions of the Superpower Military sses on analytical, methodological, and overall sociated with research in the area. Part two c studies on American, British, French, Western b perceptions of various U.S. -Soviet balances, and and highlights findings presented in part two.
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