Presidents and arms control


Presidents and arms control

edited by Kenneth W. Thompson

(W. Alton Jones Foundation series on the Presidency and arms control, v. 1-2)

University Press of America, c1994

  • [v. 1]
  • [v. 1] : pbk
  • v. 2
  • v. 2: pbk

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"Co-published by arrangement with the Miller Center of Public Affairs, University of Virginia"--T.p. verso



[v. 1] ISBN 9780819194626


This is the first volume in a planned series, addressing the milieu of arms control in the nuclear age, and the decision-making style of US presidents. It also focuses on arms control agreements; ratification of treaties by the Senate; the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; and non-proliferation.

[v. 1] : pbk ISBN 9780819194633


The role of American presidents in the formulation and negotiation of arms control remains obscure and unclear, and this fact provides justification for the newest series of books from the Miller Center. Presidents and Arms Control addresses the milieu of arms control in the nuclear age and the decision-making style of presidents. In addition, this volume focuses on the negotiation of arms control agreements; the ratification process of treaties by the Senate; the potential role and limitations of the Arms Control Disarmament Agency; and the prospects for arms control and nonproliferation in Europe. Contributors: Robert A. Strong, James E. Goodby, Sidney Graybeal, Patricia McFate, Paul H. Nitze, Major General William F. Burns, Michael Krepon, Janne Nolan, Duncan L. Clarke, and Jonathan Dean. Co-published with the Miller Center.

v. 2 ISBN 9780819197092


Contents: Presidents and Arms Control: Reviewing the Facts; Presidents and Arms Control: Strategy, Budgets, and Politics; Presidents and Arms Control: Process and Incidents; The Reagan Administration; Organizing Arms Control in the U.S. Government; Arms Control: Myths, Presidents, Transitions, and Costs: President Warren G. Harding and The Congress: Arms Control and the Washington Conference Treaties; Nuclear Weapons Complexes in the Post-Cold War World: Lessons from the Soviet Case.

v. 2: pbk ISBN 9780819197108


This text reviews the facts, strategies, budgets, politics, process and incidents of the relationship between presidents and arms control. The book focuses largely on the USA, but takes examples from the Soviet case.

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