Few in the past decade predicted the momentous events which transformed the international scene in the late 1980s. In New Thinking About Strategy and International Security, a group of experienced academics and younger scholars tackle the major issues now confronting the theory and practice of strategy. In place of the Realist old thinking dominating world affairs since 1945, the authors examine newer ideas, some of which originated in the peace movement, which are now becoming part of the superpowers' agenda, such as common security and non-provocative defence.
|Taylor & Francis
|Published - 12 Jun 1991