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696-713. • William Watt and Lloyd Free. 'Nationalism Not Isolationism'. Foreign Potier. Fall. 1976. pp. 3-26. 31 US Strategic Nuclear Forces JAN LODAL For nearly two decades, the nuclear forces of the United States have remained unchanged in their basic structure. A 'triad' of land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM), submarine-launched ballistic nuclear missiles (SLBM) and heavy bombers has formed the backbone of the central strategic nuclear force, while a wide variety of nuclear systems have been deployed in Europe, Asia and at sea.
NOTES 1 For example, see MIT Economist Lester Thurow's article in The Ne11· York Times. 31 May 1981, p. F-3. \lolllhlr t:conomic Nelrslella. July 1981. l2. or William Nordhaus. 'No Great Threat from Military Spending'. The Nnt· York Timn. 17 May 1981. p. F-3. Daniel Yankelovich and Larry Kaagan. 'Assertive America'. Jirs, 'America and the World'. 1980. Vol. 59. 3. pp. 696-713. • William Watt and Lloyd Free. 'Nationalism Not Isolationism'. Foreign Potier. Fall. 1976. pp. 3-26. 31 US Strategic Nuclear Forces JAN LODAL For nearly two decades, the nuclear forces of the United States have remained unchanged in their basic structure.
I simply see no compatibility between arms control and a nuclear warfighting strategy. But a full-fledged nuclear warfighting strategy has not yet been adopted by the United States, although it has strong advocates within the Reagan Administration. In its absence, there are arms-control approaches which might be successful. The Reagan Administration has indicated that it favours an approach of negotiating deep cuts in the size of the two nations' central strategic arsenals and long-range theatre nuclear forces, but I fmd it difficult to conceive of circumstances in which deep cuts could be negotiated.