|Author:||Graham Allison,Albert Carnesale,Joseph S. Nye Jr.|
|Publisher:||W. W. Norton & Company (April 17, 1986)|
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Joseph Samuel Nye Jr. (born January 19, 1937) is an American political scientist. Hawks, Doves and Owls: An Agenda for Avoiding Nuclear War, co-authored with Graham Allison and Albert Carnesale (Norton, 1985). Nuclear Ethics (The Free Press, 1986)
Joseph Samuel Nye Jr. He is the co-founder, along with Robert Keohane, of the international relations theory of neoliberalism, developed in their 1977 book Power and Interdependence. Together with Keohane, he developed the concepts of asymmetrical and complex interdependence. Nuclear Ethics (The Free Press, 1986). Bound to Lead: The Changing Nature of American Power, (Basic Books, 1990).
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By Graham T. Allison, Albert Carnesale, Joseph S. Ny. This book begins with a simple-some will say on: the primary objective of the United States in either building up or building down nuclear arms should be to protect and defend . Nye. No cover image. values and institutions by avoiding nuclear war with the Soviet Union. The first question to be asked about a proposed increase or reduction in nuclear arms is how it would affect the probability of such a nuclear war.
The agenda of world politics has become like a three-dimensional chess game in which one can win only by playing vertically as well as horizontally.
2002) Bound to Lead: The Changing Nature ofAmerican Power (1990) Nuclear Ethics (1986) Hawks, Doves and Owls: An Agenda for Avoiding Nuclear War, coauthored with Graham Allison and Albert Carnesale (1985) Power and Interdependence: World Politics in Transition, coauthored with Robert O. Keohane (1977; Jrd ed. with additional material, 2000) Peace in Parts: Integration and Conflict in Regional Organization (1971) Pan Africanism an. The agenda of world politics has become like a three-dimensional chess game in which one can win only by playing vertically as well as horizontally.
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This lively volume builds upon the earlier Harvard book, Living with Nuclear Weapons.
Nuclear war would not result from a deliberate act but from the unintended consequences of a crisis or conventional war. This lively volume builds upon the earlier Harvard book, Living with Nuclear Weapons. It includes a specific and eminently sensible list of "do's" and "don't's" covering many of today's principal arms control issues. The fresh approach to old problems should stimulate new-though not necessarily novel-thought.
Hawks, Doves and Owls: An Agenda for Avoiding Nuclear War .
Hawks, Doves and Owls: An Agenda for Avoiding Nuclear War, co-authored with Graham Allison and Albert Carnesale (New York: Norton, 1985). Living with Nuclear Weapons. A Report by the Harvard Nuclear Study Group.
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“A thorough and realistic treatment on the crucial issue of our time that should be given careful consideration by both policymakers and citizens.” ―Henry KissingerThe debate over national security and arms control has focused primarily on weapons―more or fewer weapons, different kinds of weapons. Hawks tend to see the immediate cause of war as one-sided weakness that tempts an aggressive adversary. For Doves, the primary cause of war lies in arms races that become provocative.