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2nd International Seminar on How to Avoid a Nuclear War

E. Etim

2nd International Seminar on How to Avoid a Nuclear War

by E. Etim

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Published by World Scientific Pub Co Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear weapons,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesScience & Culture Series: Nuclear Strategy & Technology
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13167678M
    ISBN 109810211856
    ISBN 109789810211851

    In a book to be published this week, former US Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott tells the story of President Bill Clinton’s personal diplomacy in averting a possible nuclear war in South Asia. The conflict began in May , when Pakistani commandos infiltrated the Indian part of Kashmir in the Kargil region. Get this from a library! From nuclear military strategy to a world without war: a history and a proposal. [Roger Hilsman; Columbia University. Institute of War and Peace Studies.; Columbia University. School of International and Public Affairs.] -- "Sooner or later, if the world keeps following its current course, there will be a nuclear war.

      24 Disturbing Pictures From The Aftermath Of Nuclear Warfare. In August , the United States detonated atomic bombs over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing a combined , people and bringing WWII to an end. Warning: graphic images.   If nations choose to focus on the first rather than the second central question, then pursuing “negotiations on effective measures relating to nuclear disarmament” should mean developing the technical, diplomatic, and military means to rule out nuclear rearmament in the midst of major war.

    @article{osti_, title = {Nuclear weapons and the threat of nuclear war}, author = {Harris, J B and Markusen, E}, abstractNote = {This book contains 12 sections, each consisting of several papers. Some of the section titles are: Is Hiroshima Our Text.; Nuclear Weapons and Their Effects; Can Nuclear War be Survived.; The Debate Over U.S. Strategic Nuclear Weapons Policy; and Costs of the.   Roger Hilsman's book is fascinating in two aspects. It first serves as a detailed yet readable history of nuclear weapons policies. It then presents a thoughtful yet controversial proposal on what the author argues will prevent nuclear war. Nuclear war Reviews: 2.


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2nd International Seminar on How to Avoid a Nuclear War by E. Etim Download PDF EPUB FB2

Staying engaged in the effort to prevent nuclear war requires an understanding of the history of nuclear weapons and the impact their use and production has had on people and the planet.

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