Author: Gwynne Dyer IT WAS a Republican president, Richard Nixon, who signed the first Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty, SALT, with the old Soviet Union in 1972.
What does SALT stand for?
SALT stands for Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty
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After signing the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT) in 1972, Kissinger moved to further implement detente.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Kissinger brokered the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty and Antiballistic Missile Treaty with the Soviet Union and made secret trips to China seeking a detente between the two nations and the restoration of diplomatic ties after a severance of near 25 years.
The US-Soviet Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty of 1972 (SALT I, which remains in force until 2009) includes the concept of non-interference with satellites used for verification of Treaty compliance.
and the Soviet Union, Kissinger drafted the first Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT), a pact which (on paper) gave the Soviets a strategic advantage in nuclear weaponry.
He was part of the US team at the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty talks with the USSR in the early 1970s.