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Monday, September 30, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER NationA-3 No peace dividend in sight, despite dramatic arms cuts m iii u .nihil . i-iiii p mmm i .i i THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON - Administration officials said Sunday there will be no short-run savings in defense costs from President Bush's dramatic nuclear weapons stand-down. "Over the next few months, or in fiscal year '92, there are added costs with terminating contracts, moving systems around, destroying warheads, etc., that had not previously been expected," Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney said on ABC's This Week With David Brinkley. Cheney said the nation's military must be ready to fight a regional conflict anywhere in the world and that the Strategic Defense Initiative is needed in a world of nuclear proliferation. He defended the B-2 bomber program as necessary to the country's defense and said the armed forces already are in the midst of a massive build-down that will cut their manpower by 25. The need to prevail in a regional conflict like Operation Desert Storm forms "the basic underlying assumptions by which we size our forces today," said Cheney. National Security Adviser Brent Scow-croft said that "five years out, I think there will be a peace dividend," and "hopefully it will be" sizable. But "I honestly don't know how much," said Scowcroft, speaking on NBC's Meet the Press. Defense spending is heading down to 3.6 of gross national product, the lowest level since 1939, said Undersecretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz. "The United States can afford the programs it needs and still afford an adequate defense," Wolfowitz said on CNN's Newsmaker Sunday. The administration got an expression of support from one congressional Democrat, Sen. Sam Nunn of Georgia, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. "I do think those who believe we're going to be able to declare a peace dividend and have a huge amount of money for domestic purposes are not looking at the fiscal picture of the country," said Nunn. "Most of the defense savings are going to have to go to try to meet the deficit, which is growing," added Nunn, speaking on CBS's Face the Nation. Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev welcomed Bush's disarmament proposals but offered no immediate reciprocal cuts. Bush administration officials defended the Soviet response to the U.S. initiative. "It's just as if somebody had hit us with this cold within 24 hours, we would not prepare a substantive response and say, 'OK, we'll take down the following systems,' " said Cheney. "It'll take some time for them to work it. But I think they will." The Associated PressGeorge Tames Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney discusses weapon cuts. 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