Strategic Problems of an International Armed Force
International Organization, 1963, vol. 17, issue 2, 465-485
The relation of an international military authority to the industrial (once nuclear) powers in a disarmed world is an intriguing one. We should not expect much success in finding an ideal strategy for it. It is hard enough to find one for the United States, Britain, or the Soviet Union in the familiar world of competitive military force.
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