Attitudes to Security Policy in the Federal Republic (December 1985, I)
- USIA, Washington
- MARPLAN, Offenbach (Data Collector)
- Armed Forces, Defense, Military Affairs
CESSDA Topic Classification:
- International politics and organisation
- Conflict, security and peace
AbstractJudgement on questions of security policy. Short interview after the Geneva Summit. Topics: trust in the United States and the Soviet Union to solve the problems in world politics; assessment of the seriousness of the disarmament efforts of the two nations; extent to which informed about the meeting of Reagan and Gorbachev in Geneva; judgement on the success of the Geneva meeting; the significance of summit meetings for securing peace; attitude to American development of anti-missile systems; probability of an agreement on reduction of nuclear weapons; judgement on the political intents and the conduct of negotiations by Gorbachev and Reagan; expected political changes by Gorbachev; party preference.
Telephone interview with standardized questionnaire.
Number of Units: 510
Number of Variables: 34
- ZA1799 (Type: ZA-No.)
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