Soviet Disarmament Policy, 1922-1931,
ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY WASHINGTON D C
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The study is a historical analysis of Soviet disarmament policy from 1922, when Moscow first began to show serious interest in disarmament, to 1931, when arrangements for the Disarmament Conference were completed. In order to present the subject in the historical context of the period, certain information was included on other aspects of Soviet foreign policy, domestic developments in the USSR, and the attitudes of other major powers toward disarament, security, and related problems. Soviet policy is summarized and the authors conclusions are set forth at the end of the narrative. Texts of key Soviet papers and a bibliography are included.