Wars have enormous impact on people, economies and the environment. This book is the first study of the critical issues of war and peace from a geographical perspective, exploring the spatial aspects of the cold war, the arms race and threatened nuclear conflict. A team of distinguished contributors from the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union examine how a kind of peace has been preserved in Europe while conflict has affected most of the rest of the world; how military doctrines have been inflenced by the geopolitical perceptions of the superpower; how these perceptions have been articulated and shaped by propaganda cartography; and how advance countries have sustained their arms industries by sales to the Third World.
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