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Robert Jastrow • 23 Items / 9 Books, 14 Articles
How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete (1984)
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    How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete (Review)
    How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete, by Robert Jastrow
    1. How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete by Robert Jastrow
    The American Spectator, September 1985, pp. 38-40
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    Commendables (Review)
    Defending the High Frontier
    1. How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete by Robert Jastrow
    Chronicles, January 1986, p. 29
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    The Right Books (Review)
    How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete, by Robert Jastrow
    1. How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete by Robert Jastrow
    National Review, May 4, 1984, p. 58
  4. Books, Arts & Manners
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    Build Up, Build Down (Review)
    How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete, by Robert Jastrow
    1. How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete by Robert Jastrow
    National Review, July 12, 1985, pp. 48-49
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    Antiweapons (Review)
    How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete, by Robert Jastrow
    1. How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete by Robert Jastrow
    The Partisan Review, Fall 1985, pp. 471-472
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    Old-Fashioned Optimism (Review)
    How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete, by Robert Jastrow
    1. How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete by Robert Jastrow
    Reason, March 1986, p. 56
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    The Wonders of Star Wars (3 Reviews)
    Star Warriors, by William J. Broad
    1. Star Warriors by William J. Broad
    2. How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete by Robert Jastrow
    3. Ballistic Missile Defense Technologies
    The New York Review of Books, January 30, 1986, pp. 32-39
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technological and Scientific
    1. Strategic Command and Control by Bruce G. Blair
    2. The Button by Daniel F. Ford
    3. Hawks, Doves, and Owls by Graham T. Allison, Joseph S. Nye, Jr., and Albert Carnesale, ...
    4. Negotiating from Strength by Robert J. Einhorn
    5. How to Make Nuclear Weapons Obsolete by Robert Jastrow
    6. Toward a More Effective Defense by Philip A. Odeen, Andrew J. Goodpaster, and Melvin R. Laird, ...
    7. Arms and Oil by Thomas L. McNaugher
    8. Nato's Future by Stanley R. Sloan
    9. France and Conventional Defense in Central Europe by David S. Yost
    10. The Sources of Military Doctrine by Barry R. Posen
    11. Technological Frontiers and Foreign Relations by Anne G. Keatley
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1985, pp. 172-174