|1. Introduction: The Recent History of American-Soviet Arms Control Negotiations ||1|
|George M. Seignious, II|
|Part I. The Future of Arms Control|
|2. The Future of American-Soviet Arms Control Negotiations: The Strategic Defense Initiative Debate ||9|
|Kenneth L. Adelman|
|3. An Analysis of the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) ||19|
|4. A Critique of American-Soviet Arms Control Negotiations ||23|
|Milton L. Boykin|
|Part II. U.S. and Soviet Nuclear Weapons Policy|
|5. Nuclear Weapons Policy of the USSR ||37|
|Raymond L. Garthoff|
|6. The Policy of The United States on Nuclear Weapons, 1945-1985 ||43|
|Larry H. Addington|
|7. NATO, Nuclear Weapons, and Arms Control ||51|
|Edward B. Davis|
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Book title: Arms Control and Nuclear Weapons: U.S. Policies and the National Interest.
Contributors: W. Gray Nichols - Editor, Milton L. Boykin - Editor.
Publisher: Greenwood Press.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1987.
Page number: v.
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