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17.8 The Meaning of Disarmament

The term ’Disarmament’ is used to refer to ’the reduction or control or elimination of all kinds of weapons in order to avoid war and establish peace.’ Disarmament allows a nation to maintain weapons for the purpose of internal security only. Its objective is the obliteration of all offensive weapons.

Disarmament is popularly taken to mean the stricture on the production and maintenance of all nuclear weapons. In less developed countries where money is needed for more pressing needs like providing food, education and medical care for the people, disarmament implies that there should be a curb on money spent on weapons.

For disarmament to be effective it is essential that all countries abide by it.


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Index

17.0 - Introduction
17.1 - The Development of the Cold War
17.2 - The Cold War between 1945 and 1947
17.3 - The Cold War between 1947 and 1953
17.4 - The Cold War between 1953 and 1963
17.5 - The Cold War between 1963 and 1970
17.6 - The period of Detente(1970 - 1980)
17.7 - The Cold War after 1980
17.8 - The meaning of Disarmament
17.9 - Reduction of weapons Nuclear and Conventional
17.10 - Disarmament and the UN
17.11 - The Hazards of Nuclear War
17.12 - The Non-Military Dimension of Nuclear Energy
17.13 - Dates & Events

Chapter 18





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