Soviet Responses to MX
Jeffrey T. Richelson analyzes the possible responses of the Soviet Union to U.S. deployment of the MX missile system. He examines these options in light of an assumed desire by the Soviet leadership to maintain the survivability of Soviet ICBMs as well as of the capability to destroy a significant portion of the U.S. ICBM force.
A World of Secrets: The Uses and Limits of Intelligence, Walter Laqueur Reviewed by Jeffrey T. Richelson
Soviet Military Thinking, Derek Leebaert Reviewed by Jeffrey T. Richelson
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