SALT I and SALT II and strategic arms limitations in the 1970's

The SALT treaties were seen as a fundamental aspect of which part of the cold war?
Detente
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When was the first SALT treaty agreed?
May 1972
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What did the ABM in ABM Treaty stand for?
Anti Ballistic Missile
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How long was the first treaty to last for?
Five Years
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Where was the first of the Nixon-Brezhnev Summits held in May 1972?
Moscow
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At the May 1972 what was the name of the agreement that acted as a code of behaviour for relations between the USA and USSR?
Basic Principles
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Where was the Agreement on the Prevention of Nuclear War agreed?
Washington
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Who was President at Vladivostok?
Ford
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After the apparent success at Vladivostok where did SALT II immediately falter afterwards?
Geneva
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What was the name of the scandal that led to Nixon's resignation as President
Watergate
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Who proposed new arms controls favouring the USA in March 1977?
Carter
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The situation in the USSR and Eastern pushed Carter into action for better what in the region?
Human Rights
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Who was Carter's secretary of State?
Cyrus Vance
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Which country did Carter want to improve relations with in order to marginalise the USSR?
China
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In which month and year was SALT II agreed?
May 1979
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Where was the SALT II treaty signed in June 1979?
Vienna
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How long was the first treaty to last for?

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Where was the first of the Nixon-Brezhnev Summits held in May 1972?

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