About the author: Dr. Nyíri received a post-graduate degree from Queen’s University, Kingston Ontario, Canada; and his research degree from the University of London, England. He was professor in international relations at Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario, Canada, until his retirement in 1992. His publications include Alternatives to Nuclear Warfare Vols. 1 & 2; A General Theory of National Defence; and The United Nations’ Search for a Definition of Aggression.
2002 0-7734-6917-6 This book offers the ‘preventive process’ as the more practical avenue toward the prevention of aggression from which the prevention of war can follow. This process includes the redesigning of defence policy objectives and the building of an Integrated Defence System from which an Integrated Defence Strategy can be developed. It recommends that Canada and the United States in NORAD should develop a strategy in which three basic defence policy choice-options, ‘Defend, Deter or Fight,’ can be fully integrated.