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Abstract

Edward L. (Ted) Warner has had a long career as an educator, mentor, analyst, treaty negotiator, and more. This Festschrift is a tribute from those who have worked with him over the decades. Among his many notable accomplishments, perhaps the most important has been the opportunity to mentor a substantial number of exceptionally talented men and women regarding various aspects of U.S. and Russian defense and arms control policy.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter One:

    The Life and Work of Ted Warner

    David Ochmanek and Michael Sulmeyer

  • Chapter Two:

    Early Contributions to the Study of the Soviet Armed Forces and Bureaucratic Politics

    Michael Sulmeyer and Michael Albertson

  • Chapter Three:

    Assessing Military Capabilities Using an "End-to-End" Conceptual Framework

    David Ochmanek

  • Chapter Four:

    Defense Planning After the Cold War

    Andrew R. Hoehn

  • Chapter Five:

    Pentagon Strategies

    Christopher J. Lamb

  • Chapter Six:

    Orchestrating Complex Contingency Operations: A Forever Bumpy Ride

    James A. Schear

  • Chapter Seven:

    Dealing with Russia After the Cold War and After

    Eugene Rumer

  • Chapter Eight:

    On Not Throwing the Nuclear Strategy Baby Out with the Cold War Bath Water: The Enduring Relevance of the Cold War

    James M. Acton

  • Chapter Nine:

    Strategic Stability Between the United States and Russia

    Dean A. Wilkening

  • Chapter Ten:

    The Need for Limited Nuclear Options

    Elbridge A. Colby

  • Chapter Eleven:

    The Development and Ratification of New START

    Rose E. Gottemoeller

  • Chapter Twelve:

    Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament: Are We Ready to Open the Box of Pandora?

    Alexei G. Arbatov

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