Woolsey, R. James
March 1984
Foreign Affairs;Spring84, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p805
Focuses on the vulnerability of the U.S. between 1980-1983. Development of nuclear weapons by the Soviet Union; Strategies and development of intermediate-range nuclear force talks and strategic arms talks (SALT); Concerns regarding nuclear missiles; Options.


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