Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that'll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.
Cover Art. Very Good. No Jacket. Trade Paperback. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. The cover has very light wear. Yellowing pages........We are very careful when we list our books, but sometimes something minor may get by..
Good. Remainder. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Remainder Mark; Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers, Spine; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Spine Slightly Cocked; Edges Lightly Soiled; Slight Yellowing Due to Age. Finally, a practical plan that both superpowers can agree on-and that we can all work toward. William L. Ury, Co-author of Getting to Yes. SUB-TITLE: How Crisis Control Can Prevent Nuclear War. EDITED BY: Martin Linsky. COVER DESIGN BY: Richard Adelson. CONTENTS: Foreword to the Penguin Edition; Preface; Prologue: The Silver Trumpets; Why Crisis Control? ; PART I The Most Likely Path to War 1 Sparks in the Tinderbox 2 Runaway Escalation; PART II Creating a Crisis Control System 3 Beyond the Hotline 4 A Joint Crisis Control Center 5 Emergency Safety Procedures 6 Cabinet-level Talks 7 A Briefing for the President 8 The Hard Case: What If the Other Side Wants to Win? ; PART III What Can Be Done? 9 But Will the Soviets Agree? And What About the Americans? 10 Making Crisis Control a Reality: Lessons from the Hotline; Conclusion; A Note on Approach and Sources; Endnotes; Index. SYNOPSIS: AN ACCLAIMED PROPOSAL TO PREVENT POLITICAL MISUNDERSTANDING FROM BECOMING DEVASTATING WAR. Today's efforts to prevent nuclear war are focused mainly on arms and arms control, but William Ury, head of Harvard's Nuclear Negotiation Project, points out that there is an urgent need for something more-"crisis control." This commonsense approach to preventing unintentional nuclear war focuses on the human factor-on preventing blunders, panic, miscalculation and breakdowns in communication born of extraordinary threats and pressure for instant reaction. In clear, nontechnical language, Ury sets out a plan for jointly run U.S. -Soviet crisis control centers, staffed round-the-clock by experts in Moscow and Washington, D.C., who would monitor and defuse potential nuclear flashpoints worldwide. Here is an encouraging and feasible safeguard against the greatest danger of our time. William L. Ury is associate director of the Avoiding Nuclear War Project at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government, where he coordinates an exchange between American and Soviet scholars on nuclear crisis prevention and management. An internationally known specialist in negotiation and mediation, he also directs the Nuclear Negotiation Project at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. Co-author of the bestselling Getting to Yes, which has appeared in fifteen languages, he has given strategy seminars to many of America's leading corporations as well as to the Pentagon, the State Department, and the US START negotiators in Geneva. Dr. Ury received his B.A. from Yale and his Ph.D. in social anthropology from Harvard.
1985 ed. Standard used condition. May have some wear, highlighting, notes, creasing, previous owner's name, different cover images, etc (the dust cover may be missing). Might be ex-library book. Fast & reliable delivery. Exceptional customer service. May ship from alternate location depending on your zip code and availability. X036.
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