Stephen Band of the British Embassy, and John P. Holdren, Professor of Energy and Resources, Berkeley, debate opposing views
concerning the installation of Pershing IIs and Cruise missiles in Europe, the anticipated upsetting of the arms balance,
the reduced possibility of arms control and the increased possibility of splitting NATO. Fellow panelist Hilmar Linnenkamp
of the West German Defense Ministry and the Institute for East-West Security Studies points out the dramatic changes that
have occured in Europe over the last 15 years and predicts that the most decisive factor in the debate will not be numbers
of missiles nor nuclear strategies but the political "blood pressure" of Europe and the world. A question-and-answer period
12 Linear feet 2 videotapes (U-matic)
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