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Surprise Attack (1988)
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Published Reviews
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    International Relations (Review)
    Surprise Attack, by Ephraim Kam
    1. Surprise Attack by Ephraim Kam
    American Political Science Review, March 1990, p. 363
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    Political Booknotes (Review)
    Surprise Attack, by Ephraim Kam
    1. Surprise Attack by Ephraim Kam
    The Washington Monthly, February 1989, pp. 76-78
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    War Studies (6 Reviews)
    Nato's Central Region Forces, by Anthony H. Cordesman
    1. Nato's Central Region Forces by Anthony H. Cordesman
    2. On the Defensive? by Joseph S. Nye, Jr. and James A. Schear
    3. The Shield of Faith by B. Bruce-Briggs
    4. Surprise Attack by Ephraim Kam
    5. The U.S. Intelligence Community by Jeffrey T. Richelson
    6. The U.S. Maritime Strategy by Norman Friedman
    Orbis, Summer 1989, pp. 446-448
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technological and Scientific
    1. War and Peace in the Nuclear Age by John Newhouse
    2. The Master of the Game by Strobe Talbott
    3. Next Moves by Edward L. Warner III and David A. Ochmanek
    4. NATO's Conventional Defenses by Stephen J. Flanagan
    5. Preventing World War III by David M. Abshire
    6. The Silent Partner by Barry M. Blechman and Cathleen Fisher
    7. Surprise Attack by Ephraim Kam
    8. Extended Deterrence and the Prevention of War by Paul K. Huth
    9. The Pentagonists by A. Ernest Fitzgerald
    10. The CIA and American Democracy by Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones
    11. Soviet Ballistic Missile Defense and the Western Alliance by David S. Yost
    12. Missile Defenses and Western European Security by Robert M. Soofer
    13. The New Wizard War by Robyn Shotwell Metcalfe
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1989, pp. 185-186