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Real Peace by Richard M. Nixon
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Dec 05, 2010

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Although written for a bipolar world, Richard Nixon's Real Peace provides some lessons in the principles of realism as we head into an increasingly multipolar world. Written in 1983, Nixon's primary concern was the Soviet Union and how to coexist with the communist empire without either side resorting to nuclear war in the face of conflicts. However, the problems of arms control, terrorism, and dangerous ideologies are still an issue in the 21st century as they were in 20th, and thus Nixon provides us with a launching point as we maneuver our way through the new century.

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