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|Statement||Richard K. Betts.|
|LC Classifications||D843 .B486 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 240 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||240|
|ISBN 10||0815709366, 0815709358|
|LC Control Number||87013384|
Richard Betts' thoughtful work is also testimony to the notion that historical evidence can be brought to bear on strategic issues more often than it is. Building on the work of his former Brookings Institution colleagues, Barry Blechman and Stephen Kaplan, he addresses the question of whether perceptions of the U.S.-Soviet nuclear balance have affected American behavior in crises. Nuclear Blackmail and Nuclear Balance Richard K. Betts In numerous crises after World War II—Berlin, Korea, the Taiwan Straits, and the Middle East—the United States resorted to vague threats to use nuclear weapons in order to deter Soviet or Chinese military action.
7 Betts, Nuclear Blackmail and Nuclear Balance (Washington DC: Brookings, ), ch. 2. The Korean War saw ambiguous remarks by Truman during a press conference, in which he stated that ‘every weapon’ was under consideration for the conflict. The Berlin crisis saw the movement of 60 B bombers, famous for their role in Hiroshima and Author: David S. McDonough. The best review of the arguments, and indeed of the neorevisionist debate generally, is to be found in Richard K. Betts’s volume, Nuclear Blackmail and Nuclear Balance. (Incidentally, Betts’s concise and evenhanded book would be a good alternative to the .
Currently, nuclear weapons can be afforded by not only the most powerful nations in the world. Most likely, on the contrary, when nuclear weapons are no longer a secret, under conditions of blackmail by superpowers, the only guarantor of sovereignty and survival of small countries is the possession of nuclear weapons. concept is ubiquitous in both nuclear theory and nuclear policy discus-sions, before and after the Cold War.1 1For examples of Cold War and post Cold War arguments hinging on secure second strike arguments see Richard K. Betts, Nuclear Blackmail and Nuclear Balance (Washington DC: Brookings Institution ) and Thomas Christensen, ‘The.
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3 Richard K. Betts, Nuclear Blackmail and Nuclear Balance (Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution, ). 4 Harry Truman claimed to have compelled the Soviet Union to withdraw from Iran inbut no documentary record of a nuclear threat can be found.
See Betts, Nuclear Blackmail and NuclearFile Size: 8MB. A government that is exposed to atomic threats in peacetime readily regards them as “blackmail” whereas the threatening power is likely to call them “deterrence.” Hans Spear in World Politics, April This quote opens Richard Betts’ book, Nuclear Blackmail and Nuclear Balance.
While much has changed in the intervening years, most of the author’s fundamental conclusions are. 12 Richard K. Betts, Nuclear Blackmail and Nuclear Balance (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, ). 13 Ibid, p. 14 Betts’ formal definition of nuclear blackmail is “coercion by the threat of punishment, a threat designed either to deter or to compel action by the opponent.”.
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