The Fifty Year War
Norman Friedman talked about his book The Fifty Year War: Conflict and Strategy During the Cold War, published by the Naval Institute Press. The book examines some of the factors that contributed to the onset and eventual resolution of the Cold War. He also responded to questions from the audience. close
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