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President Bush and the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
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When the Cold War came to a finish in 1972, the Soviet Union and the United States of America knew some sort of action needed to be taken to evade a nuclear war in the future. The U.S. wanted an agreement with the Soviet Union for the limitation of "strategic offensive arms". From this dilemma, the Anti-Ballistic Missile ABM Treaty was produced, and signed, by both countries to put an end to their aggression towards each other and to limit anti-ballistic missile systems designed to defend against strategic ballistic missiles. After nearly 30 years of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty being...
countries that contain this system. President Bush will have proven that he was in the right, and made precedence when this conclusion was come to someday in the future. The ABM Treaty may have been of great importance thirty years ago, but now is the time for it to be forgotten. If other countries oppose the choice President Bush made, then other compromises can be made with them, but the President is aware that his primary obligation is the safety of the citizens of his country, and he is doing what he knows is right to keep them secure.
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