Strategic Studies Quarterly, Air University, Maxwell AFB, AL
/ Published February 11, 2017
Why US Nuclear Force Numbers Matter
Kieth B. Payne
Busting Myths about Nuclear Deterrence
James A. Blackwell Jr. and Charles E. Costanzo
The Need for a Strong US Nuclear Deterrent in the Twenty-First Century
Franklin C. Miller
The New Era of Nuclear Weapons, Deterrence, and Conflict
Keir A. Lieber and Daryl G. Press
The Common Sense of Small Nuclear Arsenals
James Wood Forsyth Jr.
US Extended Deterrence: How Much Strategic Force Is Too Little?
David J. Trachtenberg
Remembrance of Things Past: The Enduring Value of Nuclear Weapons
James Wood Forsyth Jr., Col B. Chance Saltzman, USAF and Gary Schaub Jr.
Chinese Military Modernization: Implications for Strategic Nuclear Arms Control
Stephen J. Cimbala
Revealed Preference and the Minimum Requirements of Nuclear Deterrence
Michael D. Cohen
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