2 edition of Beyond SALT II : the future of arms control found in the catalog.
Beyond SALT II : the future of arms control
International Arms Control Conference (1977 : Cumberland Lodge)
1980 by International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1980, c1978. in London .
Written in English
Cover title. Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Future of arms control|
|Statement||edited by Christoph Bertram.. --|
|Series||Adelphi papers -- no. 141 0567-932X, Adelphi papers -- no. 141|
|Contributions||Bertram, Christoph, 1937-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. 1. -- ;|
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