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What does SALT stand for?

SALT stands for Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty

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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.
[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.
He was part of the US team at the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty talks with the USSR in the early 1970s.