How little is enough?: SALT and security in the long run
Published by Crane, Russak [for] National Strategy Information Center, 1981 - Law - 53 pages
Forfatteren vurderer fordele og risici ved potentielle bilaterale reduktioner - SALT eller andet våbenkontrolforum - i niveauet for de to supermagters strategiske styrker.
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