East West Arms Control by P-TaylorFrancis


The INF treaty signed between the United States and the Soviet Union in December 1987 is a milestone in the history of East-West arms relations. The profound changes which have occurred within Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union during the closing years of the 1980s have had direct links with equivalent changes in the East-West political environment. This has resulted in negotiated arms control re-emerging as a principal activity in working towards establishing a new East-West relationship. East-West Arms Control cover a wide range of issues from the role of arms control after the INF treaty to NATO strategy and alliance behaviour. It includes domestic and alliance politics as well as the technical treatment of arms control matters, and concludes with a look at the future prospects of East-West arms control.

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