Conference on World Affairs Audio Archive
Conference On World Affairs Archives
U.S.-U.S.S.R. Strategic Global Strategy
Series XX: The Arms Race
Armed Forces (United States)
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
Moderated by Alan Shapley. J. David Singer begins by stating that both the United States and the Soviet Union doesn't have a global strategy. Philip Morrison states that strategic doctrine is largely a rationalization of complex political process with many non-analyzable inputs. Raymond S. Sleeper talks about how America thinks strategy comprises only warfare. William Epstein explains how global strategy is not solely military strategy, but military strategy is the most important element of any global strategy. Anne H. Cahn ends the panel by informing the audience to write to the congress/senate to have SALT III ratified.
University Memorial Center Ballroom
Singer, J. David
Green, Leslie C.
Cahn, Anne H.
Sleeper, Raymond S.
CWA/Archives, University of Colorado at Boulder
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1/4 inch audio cassette
Box 150, Tape 79-18
1 audio track