Arms and Warfare: Escalation, De-escalation, and Negotiation
Univ of South Carolina Press, 1994 - 316 pages
Arms and Warfare considers the impact of arms shipments on a conflict once it has begun. Using case studies, the authors pinpoint the timing of arms transfers and then assess the influence of these deliveries.
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