STRATEGIC AMBIGUITY, ASYMMETRY AND ARMS CONTROL: SOME BASIC CONSIDERATIONS
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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This study investigates the conditions under which some types of arms control agreements, hen there is adequate inspection and verification, may be used as a tool by the Soviet Union to achieve strategic objectives that are un desirable or dangerous to the United States, given current U. S. strategic superiority and the asymmetries in the force structures of both nations. Sets of objectives and postures are examined in a dynamic context to determine those sets that could produce future arms agreements and the types of agreements that might be produced.
- Government and Political Science