Red Perimeter Defeated : U.S. Naval Supremacy, Competitive Adaptation, and the Third Battle of the Atlantic, 1946-1981
This dissertation examines the long-term military competition between the U.S. and Soviet navies during 1946-81. It investigates the dynamics of naval posture change by integrating insights from military innovation theory with in-depth process tracing, thus providing a much-improved understanding of the Cold War at sea during the most decisive phases of the 'Third Battle of the Atlantic'.
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