Scoville Jr., Herbert
April 1972
Foreign Affairs;Apr1972, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p488
Focuses on a treaty setting comprehensive limitations on anti-ballistic missiles (ABM) and an interim agreement to freeze certain offensive arms. Agreement at Strategic Arms Limitation Talks in Vienna, Austria; Primary objective of ABM limitation; Difficulties in area of verification of limits on qualitative improvements.


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