The Pressure of Fear

Osborne, John
June 1972
New Republic;6/3/72, Vol. 166 Issue 23, p13
Focuses on the relationship between the U.S. and the Soviet Union. Information about steps taken by the U.S. government to bar Soviet military and other supplies from North Vietnam; Description of the expected agreement between the U.S. and the Soviet Union regarding strategic arms limitation; Information about the visit of U.S. President Richard Nixon to the Soviet Union; Comment on the danger of nuclear conflict with China.


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