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What does SALT stand for?
Strategic Arms Limitations Agreement
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In 196_, the USSR had been ready to talk about limiting their strategic n_____w_____?
1968, nuclear weapons
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However, Soviet intervention in which country to replace a lib______ government with one of their own choosing did what to the Americans?
Czechoslovakia, liberating, anger
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Whose visit to China in 1972 concerned the USSR?
Nixon's
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The ABM Treaty (what does it stand for) reduced tension caused by the impact of nuclear weapons. There was a limitation of how many sites deterreddue to the knowledge that either side could what back?
Anti-ballistic missiles, two, strike
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How many were the USA and USSR limited to?
Two
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Name this Treaty: meant both sides could agree to an int agreement which would expire when?
The Interim Treat, interim, 1977
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Due to this Treaty, limits were placed on IC__ and __BMs, 1__8/740 for USSR and 10__/7__ for USA?
ICBMs, SLBMs, 1618, 1054/740
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Basic Principles Agreement was an extension from the what Pact of 197_ which banned warheads on the?
Seabed Pact, 1971, seabed
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SALT II talks were outlined at Vlad____ Summit in 19__ between Brezhnev and who?
Vladivostok, 1974, Ford
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It set e____ limits for missile launchers and strategic bomber?
Equal
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Although what type of missiles were left out because the USA led in them?
Cruise
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When Carter became President in what year, he wanted to renegotiate SALT II talks in order to reduce whose missiles?
1977, Soviets
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Neverhtheless, it wasn't until what year that actual numbers were agreed and signed where in J____?
1979, Vienna, June
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The Senate rejected it, what year and why?
1980, Soviet invasion of Afghanistan
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When was the Helsinki Agreements? 197_
1975
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How many states from NATO and Warsaw attended the conference?
33
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Basket one: declared the borders of European countries to be 'in_____' and should not be entered by?
Inviolable, force
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Basket two: covered t____ and te____ exchanges to promote lengths across what?
Trade, technology, Iron Curtain
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Basket three: contained concessions who had tried to gain from whom?
USA, USSR
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Basket three: this included agreements to respect who's rights like f____ of speech and movement across E___?
Human, freedom, Europe
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In 196_, the USSR had been ready to talk about limiting their strategic n_____w_____?

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1968, nuclear weapons

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However, Soviet intervention in which country to replace a lib______ government with one of their own choosing did what to the Americans?

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Whose visit to China in 1972 concerned the USSR?

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The ABM Treaty (what does it stand for) reduced tension caused by the impact of nuclear weapons. There was a limitation of how many sites deterreddue to the knowledge that either side could what back?

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