Instructions to the US delegation for the negotiations on disarmament (Geneva, 8 March 1985)

On 8 March 1985, US President Ronald Reagan gives instructions to the US delegation for the first round of negotiations with the Soviet Union on arms control, due to open in Geneva on 12 March. The US–Soviet negotiations will focus on three issues: strategic nuclear weapons, intermediate-range nuclear weapons, and defence and space systems.

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Source: NSDD 165 Instructions for First Round of United States/Soviet Negotiations in Geneva, 03/08/1985. ARC Identifier: 6879760 Ronald Reagan Library (LP-RR), 40 Presidential Drive Simi Valley, CA 93065-0600.

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