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By utilising the latest research, readers will be given a complete picture of the way Britain fought the Cold War, moving the focus away from the now familiar crises of Suez and Cuba and onto the themes that underpinned the British war strategy.
Intelligence, civil defence and¿nuclear diplomacy are all examined within the context of modern British history at a time of national decline. There is a growing interest in the contexts of the Cold War and this collection will establish itself as the leading volume on the UK's wartime strategy.
Table of contents
Foreword - Peter Hennessy / Introduction - Matthew Grant / Part One: The Bomb / 1.British nuclear strategy during the Cold War - Kristan Stoddart / 2.Disarmament and non-proliferation - Stephen Twigge / 3.Civil defence and the nuclear deterrent - Matthew Grant / Part Two: Diplomacy / 4.A coalition of 'compromise and barter':Britain and West Germany in the Cold War 1945-75 - R. Gerald Hughes / 5.Transformation and tradition: Anglo-French nuclear co-operation and Britain's policy towards the European Community 1960-1974¿- Helen Parr / 6.Transatlantic nuclear co-operation: the British perspective 1945-1991¿- Melissa Pine / Part Three: Intelligence / 7.The British way in intelligence - Michael S. Goodman / 8.British intelligence and threats to British national security after the Second World War - Calder Walton / 9.British intelligence, Soviet missile defence and the British nuclear deterrent - Catherine Haddon / 10.The British way of economic intelligence - Pete Davies / Notes on contributors.¿
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