Security Studies. Publications. 1961-1969.

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Title: Security Studies. Publications.
Identifier/Call Number: University Archives Record Series 484
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 1.0 linear ft. (1 carton)
Date: 1961-1969
Abstract: Record Series 484 contains publications generated by the University of California, Los Angeles, Security Studies Program between 1961-1969.
Creator: University of California, Los Angeles. Security Studies Project.

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[Identification of item], Security Studies. Publications (University Archives Record Series 484). UCLA Library Special Collections, University Archives.

Biography/History

The Security Studies Project at the University of California, Los Angeles, was founded in 1961. The Project pursued research on national security and international arms control.

Scope and Content

Record Series 484 contains publications generated by the University of California, Los Angeles, Security Studies Program between 1961-1969. Files include published papers, seminar papers, reports, book chapters, and drafts of generated publications, as well as proposals and reports regarding the program.
This is an inactive record series; no additional University records are expected to be added.

Box 1, Folder 1

Security Studies publications - numbered papers. 1961-1969.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Problems of Nuclear Proliferation (Security Studies Paper #7, R.N. Rosencrance), South Africa's Defense (Security Studies Paper #8, J.E. Spence and E. Thomas), The Nuclear Test Ban Treaty and its Effect on International Tension (Security Studies Paper #9, S. Peterson), Strategy in a Missile War: Targets and Rates of Fire (Security Studies Paper #10, M.D. Intriligator), Chinese Intervention in the Korean War: A Bilateral Failure of Deterrence (Security Studies Paper #11, W.A. Zelman), Deterrence, Numbers and History (Security Studies Paper #12, J.E. Mueller), The Political Dimension in National Strategy: Five Papers (Security Studies Paper #13, W.P. Gerberding, B. Brodie), Conspiracy Interpretations of the Assassination of President Kennedy: International and Domestic (Security Studies Paper #16, A. Goldberg), and Arms Race and Stable Deterrence (Security Studies Paper #18, G.R. Pitman, Jr.)
Box 1, Folder 2

Seminar papers. 1961-1965.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Steps in the Development of the Soviet Nuclear Weapons Capability (Dr. H.A. DeWeerd, 1961), Scientists, Seers and Strategists (A.J. Wohlstetter, 1962), The Delicacy of the Balance of Terror (A.J. Wohlstetter, 1962), The Instability of the Balance of Terror (A.J. Wohlstetter, 1962), The Politics of Western Defense (F.W. Mulley, 1963), Europe and the Nuclear Weapons Issue (Dr. R.G. Neumann, 1963), The Evolution of NATO Strategy (Dr. M. Hoag, 1963), The Evolution of NATO Strategy: II (Dr. M. Hoag, 1963), The Kennedy Administration and NATO Posture (Dr. H. Rowen, 1963), The Multilateral Force: History, Status and Prospects (G. Smith, 1963), Implications for NATO of U.S. Controlled Nuclear Response (Dr. M. Hoag, 1963), Strategic Alternatives for NATO (Dr. M. Hoag, 1963), NATO: Tactical Nuclear Alternatives to a Conventional Capability (Dr. M. Hoag, 1964), The Politics of Military Policy: Seminars on the Politics of Policy-Making (1965).
Box 1, Folder 3

Arms Control Studies Program - WEC-126 papers. (1) 1968.

Scope and Contents note

Includes Arms Races and War Initiation: The Effect of Strategic Choices (M.D. Intriligator), The Denuclearization of Latin America: Implications for Arms Control (L.H. Miller), the IAEA as a Political System: Implications for Arms Control (L. Scheinmen), A New Look at the BMD Issues: An Aspect of Strategy, Politics and Arms Control (B. Brodie), and Peacekeeping and PEace Observation: The Canadian Case (J.C. Ries).
Box 1, Folder 4

Arms Control Studies Program - WEC-126 papers. (2) 1968.

Scope and Contents note

Includes The reporting of Arms Transfers: A Preliminary Report (L.H. Miller), and A Statistical Analysis of Some International Confrontations (J.B. MacQueen).
Box 1, Folder 5

Nuclear Powers reports. 1963.

Scope and Contents note

Includes India as a Nuclear Power (M.A.G. Michaud), and Canada as a Non-Nuclear Power (J.E. Mueller).
Box 1, Folder 6

The Future of Deterrence in U.S. Strategy - chapters. 1968.

Box 1, Folder 7

Drafts. n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Includes drafts of Adversary Communication in Local Threat Situations of the Deterrent System (W. Zelman), Critique on D.G. Brennan's Paper: "New Thoughts on Missile Defense" (B. Brodie), and Okinawa in United States-Japan Relations: A Still Unresolved Crisis (B. Brodie and H. Baerwald).
Box 1, Folder 8

Proposal for Support of the National Security Studies Program. 1964.

Box 1, Folder 9

Arms Control Special Studies Program - 4th Quarterly Report. 1968 Mar.