Equal Security: Europe and the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, 1968-1976

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Abstract

SALT threatened to institutionalize a bipolar world order. NWS and NNWS alike feared that the US and SU will prioritize global security principles such as systemic stability and conflict stability to Atlantic and European security. Endangered was Europe’s security and position in the future world order. Parity in strategic weapons invalidated the US nuclear umbrella. An ABM deployment and a non-transfer regime threatened Europe’s nuclear defence options. The danger of a Limited War or a denuclearization of Central Europe led to a European co-ordination on nuclear arms control to assure the preservation of the West and the future of Europe.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationStuttgart
PublisherSteiner: Stuttgart
Number of pages251
ISBN (Print)9783515104531
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2013

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Stuttgart : Steiner: Stuttgart, 2013. 251 p.

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