THE COLD WAR & THE SMALL WAR A New Study of U.S. Doctrine

A New Study in tne Anatomy or U.S. Doctrine

IN the Pentagon, the State Department, the White House, top U.S. policymakers are earnestly debating a new book, a brilliant, independent analysis of the nation's post war diplomatic and military struggle with Communism. Title : Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy (Harper; $5). Author: Political Scientist Henry A. Kissinger, 34, associate director of Harvard's new Center for International Affairs, a policy consultant to the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, wartime Army intelligence special ist. Heart of Kissinger's analysis: Americans must drastically revise their hopes for Communist redemption, e.g., through disarmament, their fears of all-out war, and their mental clichés about the shape...

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