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Disarmament: Utopian Concept or Imperative of the Post-Wilson Era?

... consistent with domestic safety.”[ 1 ] The idea was quite logical: the future war-free world would have no need for large armed forces, and the resources that would be saved could be used for peaceful purposes. The Embryonic Period The first attempts at disarmament were made out of fear of a new war, and in the spirit of Wilson’s fourth point. The memories of the horrific gas attacks that took place during the First World War resulted in the signing of the 1925 Geneva Protocol for the Prohibition of ...


Nuclear Weapons and War in 100 Years

... a two-pronged approach should be taken: extending the rigid limitations on military planning at all strategic levels and boosting the nontraditional arms race, primarily in cyber and space-based offensive and defensive systems. The Future of Nuclear Disarmament The idea of the total elimination and prohibition of nuclear weapons has occasionally surfaced in the top political echelons, virtually since they were developed. A lot of effort in this respect was made by the USSR, right through from Joseph ...


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