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THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SATELLITE RECONNAISSANCE
INTERNATIONAL ACCEPTANCE OF RECONNAISSANCE SATELLITES
THE NECESSARY CONDITION
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actors agreement Air Force analysis anti-satell anti-satellite system arms control arms control negotiations attempt bargaining reputation behavior Bernard Schriever blackout bureaucratic interests cancellation of SAINT capabilities centralized decision Chapter Committee concerns for status concessions conflict context credibility Cuban missile crisis decision-making structure deployment Disarmament discussion domestic political efforts formal arms control formal negotiations forums George Kistiakowsky Gilpatric Ibid ICBM impact increased indirect communication informal negotiations informal process issue Kennedy administration Kennedy Library Khrushchev Kissinger Kistiakowsky launch limited McNamara military space programs MIRV missile missile gap mode of communication national technical means noted observation satellites orbital outcome Outer Space peaceful president Press proposals PTBT resolution restraints result role SAMOS SAMOS satellites satellite reconnaissance Schelling secrecy sought Soviet response Soviet Union Sputnik statements status and bargaining strategic successful tacit threat Treaty U-2 incident U.S. anti-satellite U.S. policy U.S. reconnaissance satellites U.S. representative U.S. Senate U.S.-Soviet USSR weapons York