Reaching Out to Moscow: From Confrontation to Cooperation
Place_Pub: New York: Praeger Publishers, 1991. First Edition. First Printing. Hardcover. 191 pages. Bibliography, index, slight wear and soiling to DJ. Signed by the author. Foreword by Claiborne Pell. Developments in the Soviet Union necessitate a radical restructuring of U.S. -Soviet relations and the security system that underpins them. Marshall Brement succinctly and masterfully chronicles the history of this relationship and offers a prescription for change in this important book. The United States can influence the power struggle within the USSR by holding out the prospect of going beyond the wary cooperation that our government espouses, to a relationship that embodies comprehensive partnership. It is only through such a relationship that we can achieve a genuine "new world order" guaranteeing security for decades to come and at the same time sloughing off the burden of excessive defense costs that this nation can no longer afford. Condition: Very good / very good.
Keywords: Cold War, Nuclear Weapons, Afghanistan, Communism, Gorbachev, Union, Signed