PART III -- THE REAGAN REVOLUTION IN DEFENSE AND ARMS CONTROL

Chapter 11- Intermediate Nuclear Force (INF) Deployments and "Zero Option" vs. "Nuclear Freeze"

Chapter 11- Intermediate Nuclear Force (INF) Deployments and "Zero Option" vs. "Nuclear Freeze"

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Topics

  1. Historical Context: Soviet SS-20, NATO’s “Dual Track,” and “Nuclear Freeze” Before Reagan
     
  2. Reagan Decides on the “Zero-Zero” INF Arms Control Option—November 1981
     
  3. Facing Down the Soviet “Moratorium,” the “Nuclear Freeze,” and a “Walk in the Woods”—Late 1981 to 1982
     
  4. Strengthening Public Diplomacy: Rejecting the False “Peace” and “Freeze” Movements—1982 to 1984
     
  5. INF Tests: U.S. Flexibility, NATO Deployments, and the Soviet Walkout—1983 to 1984
     
  6. INF, Elections, the Nuclear and Space Talks (NST), and the Geneva and Reykjavik Summits—1985 to 1986
     
  7. To The Washington Summit and the INF Treaty—1987 to 1988
     
  8. A Look Back and A Look Ahead

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