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Interpreting The Abm Treaty

Author : Paul H. Nitze
ISBN : MINN:31951002950163C
Genre : Antimissile missiles
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Category: Antimissile missiles

Review Of Abm Treaty Interpretation Dispute And Sdi

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Arms Control, International Security, and Science
ISBN : UOM:39015032111893
Genre : Antimissile missiles
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Category: Antimissile missiles

The Abm Treaty And Interim Agreement And Associated Protocol

Author : United States
ISBN : MINN:31951D03668064V
Genre : Interim Agreement Between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on Certain Measures With Respect to the Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms
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Category: Interim Agreement Between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on Certain Measures With Respect to the Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms

The Abm Treaty And The Constitution

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations
ISBN : STANFORD:36105045331902
Genre : ABM Treaty
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Category: ABM Treaty

New Weapon Technologies The Abm Treaty

Author : Herbert Lin
ISBN : UOM:39015013900017
Genre : Law
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The Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty of 1972 is regarded as the most important arms control agreement currently in force between the United States and the Soviet Union. Lin identifies the key technical issues being encountered by the ABM Treaty and shows how new weapon technologies not widely anticipated in 1972 may erode the treaty regime. He focuses on emerging technologies such as lasers and particle beams, and dual-capable technologies that include antisatellite weapons, anti-tactical ballistic missiles, and surface-to-air missiles. He also suggests that both governments must address issues that can exploit weaknesses of the treaty, in order to keep it alive. ISBN 0-08-035964-7 (pbk.): $9.90.
Category: Law

A B M Review

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ISBN : SRLF:A0003247087
Genre : Missions
File Size : 62.42 MB
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Category: Missions

Abm Vs Bmd

Author : Ronald Huisken
ISBN : UVA:X006125243
Genre : Australia
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Category: Australia

The Abm Treaty

Author : Walther Stützle
ISBN : 0198291191
Genre : Political Science
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Among the measures employed to stabilize the strategic relationship between the East and West in the nuclear age, the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty is of profound importance. This cooperative agreement to limit offensive and defensive strategic forces has recently been challenged by the allure of new technology, including the proposed Space-based Defense System. Coinciding with the third ABM Treaty Review Conference, this study by an international roster of renowned scholars and policymakers--including two negotiators of the 1972 Treaty--provides insight into the complexities of the issues involved and identifies possible solutions. Concise, timely, and well-balanced, this collection is an important contribution to the debates surrounding the future of international peace and security.
Category: Political Science


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ISBN : UOM:39015034694854
Genre : Art
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Abm Yes Or No

Author : Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
ISBN : STANFORD:36105036295736
Genre : Air defenses
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Category: Air defenses

Johnson Mcnamara And The Birth Of Salt And The Abm Treaty 1963 1969

Author : John M. Clearwater
ISBN : 1581120621
Genre : Political Science
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The purpose of this book is to examine the birth of bilateral strategic arms control between the United States and the Soviet Union during the Johnson Administration, from 1964 to 1969. It is about the time and the place of the birth of bilateral strategic arms control as it came about in the United States through the efforts of President Lyndon Johnson and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara in the 1960s. This is the time of the birth of what quickly came to be known as SALT, or the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks. This inquiry firstly considers whether the move towards bilateral strategic arms control was institutional or personal. It then looks for the motivating factors: both theoretical and substantive. As few things have only a single cause, it is likely that we shall find that the birth of strategic arms control was influenced by both nuclear weapons employment theory, and by a substantive incident or reality such as the ever increasing number and sophistication of nuclear weaponry. Lastly, we must look for an immediate precipitating factor, such as the move towards deployment of a potentially destabilizing ABM system by both the USA and USSR. Therefore, it must be borne in mind when examining the people and their theories, the institutions, the prevailing realities, and major precipitating factors, that they all come together to form the basis for the birth of bilateral strategic arms control. This book shall therefore strive to reveal the extent of personal input; the objective basis for that personal commitment; and examine the major precipitating factors, namely Anti-Ballistic Missiles (ABM), and to a lesser extent, Multiple Independently Targeted Re-Entry Vehicles (MIRV). Although barely discussed at the time, the MIRV would turn out to be a major arms control problem: far greater than the hotly contested ABM system which spurred so many debates. The unique aspect of this research is that other writers have concentrated almost totally on the people and events surrounding the Nixon Administration when studying SALT. While it is true that the talks did not get underway during the Johnson years, this study will show that all of the theoretical and preparatory work was done in the Johnson years, and conclude by showing that many of the same people appear in the Nixon years. Without the input of McNamara and his team, there would have been no movement on strategic arms control until possibly the 1970s. To add to the historical value of the work, I have included in the annexes complete texts of the initial arms control proposal which the US team was to present to the Soviet Union in the autumn of 1968. In addition, presented here for the very first time are the full instructions to the negotiating team and the initial presentation paper to be read by the team leader on the opening day of the talks. When this final material is tied in with the history of the push for the talks, the story is indeed exciting and meaningful. For the first time we are presented with the almost complete picture of the formulation of an arms control proposal. There is of course a fluke of history which brought this all to light. As the Johnson material was never directly used in the formal SALT talks, it was not subject to the same stringent security classifications as those of Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush and Clinton materials. Therefore the documents started to be declassified in the late 1980s, with the bulk coming to light in 1991 through 1994. Here then is the story of the origins of strategic arms control.
Category: Political Science

National Missile Defense And Prospects For U S Russia Abm Treaty Accommodation

Author : Thad Cochran
ISBN : 0788183044
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Hearing on International Security, Proliferation, and Federal Services. Witnesses include: Senators Thad Cochran, Carl Levin, Ted Stevens, Susan M. Collins, and Richard J. Durbin; Amb. Max M. Kampelman, Vice Chairman, U.S. Institute of Peace; Dr. Keith B. Payne, Pres., National Institute for Public Policy; and Dr. Andrei Kortunov, Pres., Moscow Public Science Foundation.

Why Abm

Author : Johan J. Holst
ISBN : 9781483145730
Genre : History
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Why ABM?: Policy Issues in the Missile Defense Controversy focuses on the problems of invention and deployment of defenses against anti-ballistic missiles (ABM). The book first discusses early, present, and future missile defense systems, including the efficiency of missile defense and the use of missiles in penetration aids and tactics. The deployment of ballistic missile defense (BMD) is explained. The text takes a look at the missile defense systems of the Soviet Union and their participation in the arms race. The reactions of the Soviet Union on the use of BMD and positions of Soviets and Americans on arms race issues are underscored. The selection reviews the implications of missile defense on Europe. Concerns include arms control and the prospects of European settlement; impact on the future of NATO; and attitude toward China. The possible effects of ABM on non-proliferation are also discussed. The text also takes a look at strategic arms control and stability. This topic includes effects on diplomatic relationships and debates on the use and deployment of missiles in defense strategies. The book is a vital source of reference for readers interested in international security, particularly the use of missiles in defense systems.
Category: History