U.S.-Soviet Relations: A Strategy for the '80s

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U.S.-Soviet Relations: A Strategy for the '80s

UNA-USA, 1981
81 pp.

Analysis and recommendations by a UNA panel of distinguished Americans chaired by William Scranton and including former officials of both parties, academic experts, and business and labor leaders. A balanced and cool report, it begins with an estimate of the "Soviet worldview" and goes on to discuss détente, defense policy, arms control, economics and other relevant matters. Though not likely to be taken as an infallible guide to policy, it may serve as a standard by which both the Reagan Administration and its critics may usefully be judged.

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