was, above all, a policy centered on the Soviet Union, whether as an enemy threatening destruction and chaos that could be dealt with only through military force, or as a partner in a broad relaxation of tensions and a search for arms reductions and regional disengagement. (Deibel, 1989 p. 36)
KeywordsNuclear Weapon Ballistic Missile Security Interest World Peace Regional Conflict
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