|Title||Learning in U.S. and Soviet foreign policy|
|Author||edited by George W. Breslauer and Philip E. Tetlock|
|Imprint||Boulder : Westview Press, c1991|
|Descript||xiv, 881 p. ; 24 cm|
Perspectives on learning: Learning in U.S. and Soviet foreign policy ; Collective learning ; Why competitive politics inhibits learning in Soviet foreign policy -- Case studies of U.S. foreign policy: Evolution of U.S. policy toward arms control ; Learning in U.S. policy toward Europe ; Strategic basis of learning in U.S. policy toward China, 1949-1988 ; Lessons of Korea and the Vietnam decisions of 1965 -- Case studies of Soviet foreign policy: Soviet policy toward Western Europe since World War II -- Conclusions: Learning and the evolution of cooperation in U.S. and Soviet nuclear nonproliferation activities ; Interactive learning in U.S.-Soviet arms control ; What have we learned about learning?
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