In this Issue
International Security publishes lucid, well-documented essays on all aspects of the control and use of force. Its articles cover contemporary policy issues, and probe historical and theoretical questions behind them. Essays in International Security have defined the debate on American national security policy and have set the agenda for scholarship on international security affairs.
published byThe MIT Press
viewing issueVolume 4, Number 4, Spring 1980
Table of Contents
- To What Ends Military Power?
- pp. 3-35
- NSC 68 and the Soviet Threat Reconsidered
- pp. 164-176
- The Lessons of Zimbabwe-Rhodesia
- pp. 177-184