East-West Arms Control: Challenges for the Western Alliance

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Index

a
ABM (anti-ballistic missile) treaty 291
Adenauer, Konrad 201
Aspin, Les 54

b
Bahr, Egon 23 , 42
balance of military power 218 , 228-9 ;
Canadian public opinion of 224 , 225-7 , 228 , 229-30 , 232 , 233 , 236 , 238 ;
US public opinion of 221-2 , 224 , 228 , 229-32 , 233 , 237
Beitz, Charles 95
Belgium 58 , 60
Boysen, Sigurd 107
Brezhnev, Leonid 129 , 199 , 200
Britain see Great Britain
‘Brussels Declaration on Conventional Arms Control’ (NATO) 61-2 , 63 , 132 , 206 , 250
Bull, Hedley 213-14 , 216 , 218
Bundy, McGeorge 14-15
Bush, George 51-4passim,76-7 , 82 , 83 , 135 , 251 , 252 , 282 , 284 ;
and German reunification 260

c
Callaghan, James 198
Canada:
forces in Europe 265 ;
public opinion 219-20 , 224-8 , 229-30 , 232 , 233-7 , 238-9
Carter, Jimmy 19 , 25 , 39 , 193 , 195
CBMs (confidence-building measures) 99-101 , 107 , 120-1 , 141
CDE (Conference on Disarmament in Europe) 140-5 ;
and CFE talks 120-8 , 145-7 ;
confidence-building impact of 119-21 , 126-8 , 146-7 ;
superpowers and 104-5
CDU/CSU (Christian Democrats) (Germany) 24 , 165 , 187-8 , 193-201passim;
following INF Treaty 203 , 204-5 ;
supporters of 165-89passim
CFE (Conventional Armed Forces in Europe) talks 20-2 , 68-77 , 134-40 , 250-4 , 275-6 , 277-8 , 281-7 ;
background to 60-8 , 131-4 ;
and CDE 120-8 , 145-7 ;
confidence-building impact of 119-28 , 139-40 , 146-7 ;
and CSCE 131-2 , 133 ;
first (1990) agreement of 267-9 ;
(expectations of 136-40 , 247-8 , 286-8);
Germany and 19 , 52 , 58 , 73 , 83 , 260-1 , 277-8 ;
and nuclear weapons 77-81 , 82-3 , 84 , 206 , 266-7 , 274-5 ;
purpose of 123-5 ;
requirements for 49-59
chemical weapons 275 , 291-2
Claude, Inis 213-14 , 218
‘Comprehensive Concept of Arms Control and Disarmament’

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