Mixed prospects at best for new START/ABM talks

Mann, Paul
August 1999
Aviation Week & Space Technology;8/16/1999, Vol. 151 Issue 7, p74
Trade Publication
Focuses on nuclear arms control negotiations between the United States and Russia as of August 16, 1999. Political factors affecting the negotiations; Presidential elections in Russia and the US in the year 2000; National missile defense program of the US.


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