Diplomacy sans Other Means

March 1978
National Review;3/31/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 13, p385
The article comments on foreign relations between Russia and the United States citing issues on the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty. The United States government has commended the Somalian government for its withdrawal from the agreement, further calling for Russian assurances of non-aggressive intent toward Somalia. The American administration is trying to re-establish a role in Africa to offset arms appropriations made by the Russians.


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