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Matthew A. Evangelista • 11 Items / 2 Books, 6 Articles, 3 Reviews
Innovation and the Arms Race (1988)
How the United States and the Soviet Union Develop New Military Technologies
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    International Relations (Review)
    Innovation and the Arms Race, by Matthew Evangelista
    1. Innovation and the Arms Race by Matthew Evangelista
    American Political Science Review, March 1990, p. 355
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    World Politics (7 Reviews)
    Best Laid Plans, by David C. Martin and John Walcott #2
    1. Best Laid Plans by David C. Martin and John Walcott #2
    2. Conflict and Peace in the Modern International System by Evan Luard
    3. Danger and Survival by McGeorge Bundy
    4. Defending Peace and Freedom by Brent Scowcroft, R. James Woolsey, and Thomas Etzold, ...
    5. Innovation and the Arms Race by Matthew Evangelista
    6. Soviet Ballistic Missile Defense and the Western Alliance by David S. Yost
    7. Strategic Minerals by Ewan W. Anderson
    Orbis, Spring 1989, pp. 283-286
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    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technological and Scientific
    1. Fateful Visions by Joseph S. Nye, Jr. and Graham T. Allison, Jr., ...
    2. U.S.-Soviet Security Cooperation by Alexander L. George, Philip J. Farley, and Alexander Dallin, ...
    3. The Geopolitics of Super Power by Colin S. Gray
    4. The Dangerous Doctrine by Saul Landau
    5. The Origins of Alliances by Stephen M. Walt
    6. Conventional Arms Control and the Security of Europe by Uwe Nerlich and James A. Thomson
    7. Beyond Military Reform by Jeffrey Record
    8. The Defense Management Challenge by J. Ronald Fox
    9. Innovation and the Arms Race by Matthew Evangelista
    10. Comparing Foreign Intelligence by Roy Godson
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1988, pp. 180-182