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Robert L. Jervis • 62 Items / 11 Books, 15 Articles, 36 Reviews
The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution (1989)
Statecraft and the Prospect of Armageddon (Cornell Studies in Security Affairs)
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Published Reviews
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    International Relations (Review)
    The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution, by Robert Jervis
    1. The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution by Robert Jervis
    American Political Science Review, September 1990, p. 1059
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution, by Robert Jervis
    1. The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution by Robert Jervis
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1990, p. 313
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    The Grand Decider (8 Reviews)
    The Warrior Queens, by Antonia Fraser
    1. The Warrior Queens by Antonia Fraser
    2. A Country Made by War by Geoffrey Perret
    3. The Wages of War by Richard Severo and Lewis Milford
    4. Technology and War by Martin van Creveld
    5. Of Arms and Men by Robert L. O'Connell
    6. The Price of Admiralty by John Keegan
    7. War: Ends and Means by Paul Seabury and Angelo Codevilla
    8. The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution by Robert Jervis
    The New York Review of Books, August 17, 1989, pp. 31-36
  4. Brief Reviews
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    World Politics (9 Reviews)
    The CIA World Factbook, by The Central Intelligence Agency
    1. The CIA World Factbook by The Central Intelligence Agency
    2. Defense and Foreign Affairs Handbook, 1990-1991 by Gregory R. Copley
    3. Europa World Yearbook, 1990
    4. Democracy and Its Critics by Robert A. Dahl
    5. The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution by Robert Jervis
    6. The Roots of War by Anthony Stevens
    7. Rules, Norms, and Decisions by Friedrich V. Kratochwil
    8. The Rushdie File by Lisa Appignanesi and Sara Maitland
    9. War and Peace in the Nuclear Age by John Newhouse
    Orbis, Winter 1990, pp. 123-126
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technological and Scientific
    1. The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution by Robert Jervis
    2. Conventional Arms Control and East-West Security by Robert D. Blackwill and F. Stephen Larrabee
    3. From Hiroshima to Glasnost by Paul H. Nitze, Steven L. Rearden, and Ann M. Smith, ...
    4. The Great Universal Embrace by Kenneth L. Adelman
    5. Nuclear Arguments by Lynn Eden and Steven E. Miller
    6. Defending Deterrence by Antonia Handler Chayes and Paul Doty
    7. Collective Defense or Strategic Independence by Ted Galen Carpenter
    8. Sovereign Acts by John Tirman
    9. America's Defense by Michael Mandelbaum
    10. New Weapons, Old Politics by Thomas L. McNaugher
    11. America's Secret Power by Loch K. Johnson
    12. Intelligence Requirements for the 1990s by Roy Godson
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1989, pp. 207-209