Weapons Don't Make War: Policy, Strategy, and Military Technology
University Press of Kansas, 1993 - Political Science - 236 pages
Weaponry does not equal strategy, argues Colin Gray, but the two are often confused, resulting in such linguistic errors as strategic weapons. There may be an interactive relationship between policy, strategy and weaponry but, he contends, policy and strategy always take the front seat.
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The Case of Arms Control
Mislessons and Lessons
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