Khrushchev and the Arms Race: Soviet Interests in Arms Control and Disarmament, 1954-1964

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Index
Adenauer, Konrad, 67, 134, 215, 275
Albania, 121, 128, 216
Alexayev, A., 64n
Alsop, Stewart, 38n
Anglo-French memorandum, see Disarmament, Anglo- French memorandum on
Antarctica Treaty ( 1959), 88, 151
Antiballistic missile (ABM), see Soviet Union, antimissile defense of
"Antiparty group," see Soviet Union, "antiparty group" in
Arbatov, Iu., 64n
Arbitration, international, 7, 11
Arms control, ban on war propaganda, 122, 133
"bomber bonfire," 103
definition of, 1n
demilitarized zones, 8, 81, 84, 151
exchange of troop representatives among forces in Germany, 191n, 223, 242n
removal of foreign troops from Germany, 223
Soviet Union and partial measures of, 12, 18, 23, 24, 27, 28, 31, 34, 44-47, 69-71, 77-78, 81, 83-84, 91, 99, 103, 134, 146-147, 190- 191, 205-208, 222-224, 248, 258
tacit measures of, 57, 69-70, 77-78, 87, 205, 207, 258
see also Budgetary controls; Direct communications link; Disengagement; Fissionable materials; Foreign military bases; Ground control posts to prevent surprise attack; Inspection and control; Nonaggression pact; Nuclear-free zones; Nuclear proliferation; Nuclear test ban; Nuclear weapons; "Open Skies" proposal of aerial inspection; Outer space; Soviet Union
Arms race, 4, 14, 57, 119, 142, 206-208, 248, 259, 269, 279
see also Soviet Union, arms race and
Arzumanyan, A., 122

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