A New Arms Race Ahead?

Scoville Jr., Herbert
January 1974
New Republic;1/19/74, Vol. 170 Issue 3, p19
Focuses on U.S. President Richard Nixon's strategic weapons policy. Strategy of Nixon to have sufficiency in weapons in order to deter a Soviet first strike; Violation of the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks interim arms agreement, by the Soviet Union; Trial of four new types of land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles done by the Soviet Union; Information on multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle; Proposal for the development of mobile intercontinental ballistic missiles.


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