America the Vulnerable: Our Military Problems And How To Fix Them

Author
John F. Lehman (ed), Harvey Sicherman (ed)
Content Type
Book
Institution
Foreign Policy Research Institute
Abstract
A decade has passed since the end of the Cold War. The demise of the Soviet Union concluded the most vulnerable period in American history, a time when the possibility of nuclear attack threatened the very existence of the United States. No wonder then that Americans heaved a mighty sigh of relief, having survived to watch the fall of their country's most powerful enemy.
Topic
Foreign Policy, Defense Policy, Arms Control and Proliferation, Terrorism
Political Geography
United States, America