The Implications for Arms Control of Perceptions of Strategic Weapons Systems. Volume II: Literature Survey,
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The authors discuss the following Examine the data to see whether the authors evaluated strategic weapons systems as valuable or costly See into what categories economic, political, psychological, sociological, or scientific and technological the authors evaluations fell See how the values or costs of strategic weapons systems are seen to affect the foreign policy, the domestic and the international environments Discuss the important findings with respect to specific attributes in each of these categories, significant either because they were mentioned frequently or hardly at all and, finally, examine views on weapons systems according to the nationality of the author and the country being discussed, with particular reference to the views of US and Soviet authors.
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