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SALT 1 & SALT 2
Transcript of SALT 1 & SALT 2
Started in 1972 and ended in 1985.
"...The rejection of SALT would seriously compromise our Nation's peace and security."
~President Jimmy Carter, 1979~
SALT 1 AND 2 Weapon control
SALTII, began in November 1972,
It formed a treaty that was never approved by the U.S. Senate.
Salt II is the second treaty, about arms limitation, between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
The main goal of SALT II was to replace the Interim Agreement with a long-term Treaty providing broad limits on strategic offensive weapons systems.
By: Destiny Landsman & Madison Bingham
November 17, 1969
During the Cold War, two treaties were created under SALT to decrease the build up of nuclear weapons.
SALT 1 & SALT 2
The negotiations lasted until January of 1972. By May 26 of 1972 the treaty was signed and finalized.
"SALT 1 & SALT 2"http://www.coldwar.org/articles/70s/SALTIandII.asp
SALT was most commonly known, was the first of the Strategic Arms Limitation talk between the U.S.S.R. ( Russia) and the U.S.
The communist leader of Russia met with U.S. President Richard Nixon, in Helsinki-the capital of Finland, in November of 1969 to come up with a treaty that would control the arms race.
"SALT I negotiations begin" http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/salt-i-negotiations-begin
The two treaties signed and finalized that day were the Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty, and the Interim Agreement on the Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms.
Both sides were limited to only one launching area for ABM’s and 100 interceptor missiles.
US leader, Jimmy Carter,and Soviet Union leader, Leonid Brezhnev, shake hands confirming the SALT 2 Treaty.
The SALT we are talking about are the treaties. There were 2 created.
SALT 1 & 2 were treaties created to bestow control the strategic offensive weapon systems.
SALT stands for Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty.
Strategic Arms Limitations Talks/Treaty (SALT) I and IIhttps://history.state.gov/milestones/1969-1976/salt
When we say SALT you are probably thinking about:
Salt the food
Salt the movie
But it really is:
This symbolizes the SALT treaty between US and the USSR.
The terms and significance of the SALT 1 treaty.
"To Russia with... Respect" http://govbooktalk.gpo.gov/tag/salt-treaty/
"Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT II)" http://www.fas.org/nuke/control/salt2/
Opponents of SALT 2 in the US contended that the nature of the limitations left the Soviets with an advantage and blocked ratification in the US Senate.
New Standard Encyclopedia Volume 15 Copyrighted in 1996: Standard Educational Corporation, USA
Later negotiations took place in Geneva that were known as START.
Pressure continued up until the end of the Cold War, but war never broke out again. The race to stockpile weapons finally ended in the early 1990’s.
Symbolizing U.S. and U.S.S.R finalizing the SALT treaty
The following numbers show the strategic offensive arms that the soviet union and the U.S. agreed on as of November, 1978.
The Handshake confirming SALT 1
The handshake confirming SALT 2
A treaty to limit ABM's and ICBM's.
Preserve strategic Balance
ICBM's were stopped at 1054
Didn't limit new technology and and new weapon types.
It was not the end of the arms race.