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It was an agreement between both sides to reduce the number of nuclear bombs and ICBMs each side had. With less destructive power, there was less danger of world annihilation, so the world was in slightly less danger.

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Q: What was the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty and how did it represent a thaw during the Cold War?
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