Peering into the Mist

Buchan, Alastair
August 1972
New Republic;8/19/72, Vol. 167 Issue 6/7, p15
Focuses on the policy of the U.S. Government regarding various political developments in Europe. Success of the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks between U.S. President Richard Nixon and Soviet counterpart Leonid Brezhnev, concerning the limitations of offensive missiles and of antiballistic missiles; Impact of the Soviet-American agreement on British and French governments; Modification of the Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions policy of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization; Apprehension of the Soviet Union about the U.S. strategic weapons, that can deliver a nuclear warhead on Russia.


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