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

John F. Lehman (ed), Harvey Sicherman (ed)
Content Type
Foreign Policy Research Institute
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.
Foreign Policy, Defense Policy, Arms Control and Proliferation, Terrorism
Political Geography
United States, America