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SALT-II

Part of the Springer Praxis Books book series (PRAXIS)

Abstract

Neither side was terribly happy with the SALT-I agreement, which suggests that it was fairly equitable. It was intended as a stop-gap measure designed to give the superpowers a chance to negotiate a more permanent limit on nuclear weapons. It was thought that negotiations to reduce weapon levels would be easier in the knowledge that the threat was not growing rapidly.

Keywords

Nuclear Weapon Aerospace Technology Permanent Limit 
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© Praxies Publishing Ltd, Chichester, UK 2008

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