The Conduct of War' provides a comprehensive and lucid survey of all aspects of contemporary warfare, covering political, military and technical issues. It discusses the likelihood of nuclear war, examines the role and importance of conventional land war and analyzes the use and effectiveness of action at sea and in the air. The author also deals with guerilla warfare and terrorism. Separate chapters cover SDI, disarmament and nuclear strategies in the USA and USSR. The book is thoroughly researched and up-to-date with the latest advances in military technology. It requires no previous background in strategic studies or international relations. This book is aimed at students of military strategy, political science, and international relations.