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
The Life and Work of Ted Warner
Early Contributions to the Study of the Soviet Armed Forces and
Assessing Military Capabilities Using an "End-to-End" Conceptual Framework
Defense Planning After the Cold War
Orchestrating Complex Contingency Operations: A Forever Bumpy Ride
Dealing with Russia After the Cold War and After
On Not Throwing the Nuclear Strategy Baby Out with the Cold War Bath
Water: The Enduring Relevance of the Cold War
Strategic Stability Between the United States and Russia
The Need for Limited Nuclear Options
The Development and Ratification of New START
Multilateral Nuclear Disarmament: Are We Ready to Open the Box of Pandora?
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