This important and timely work, prepared by the leading researchers, planners, and policymakers from both Eastern and Western alliances, analyzes the major issues in the Vienna talks on conventional forces in Europe involving NATO and Warsaw Pact nations. It is likely to have a significant influence on the course of these negotiations and on emerging debate on conventional arms control. The contributors met in Moscow prior to the Vienna conference to review and compare their analyses and revised them thereafter for publication in this work. Rev. papers originally presented at a conference in Moscow, Dec. 8-11, 1988.
Richard E. Darilek & John K. Setear, Constraints, in Conventional Arms Control and East-West Security, Duke University Press, 379–404 (1989).