The United States and the Soviet Union could drastically reduce their nuclear arsenals below the levels prescribed by the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START). The end of the Cold War and the transformation of international security now under way present the United States with opportunities to develop new policies based on greater international cooperation with the Soviet Union and other major powers.
This new book describes two lower levels of nuclear forces that could be achieved, as well as other related measures to improve international security.
National Academy of Sciences. 1991. The Future of the U.S.-Soviet Nuclear Relationship. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/1846.
|I. Introduction: The Changing Political/Military Environment for U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy||6-13|
|II. New Objectives for Nuclear Weapons Policy||14-18|
|III. Prospects for Cooperative Security Arrangements and Nuclear Nonproliferation||19-24|
|IV. Nuclear Forces||25-39|
|V. Controlling Strategic Force Operations||40-44|
|VI. Summary of Conclusions||45-50|
|Appendix A: Current U.S. and Soviet Strategic Froces and the Start Limits||51-54|
|Appendix B: Target Allocation Issues||55-58|
|Appendix C: The Sensitivity of Strike Results to Preattack Planning Factors||59-62|
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