1 edition of Rid the world of nuclear weapons found in the catalog.
Rid the world of nuclear weapons
by National Preparatory Committee of the GDR for an International Meeting for Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones in Berlin
Written in English
|LC Classifications||JX1974.7 .R534 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
The Obama plan to rid the world of nuclear weapons would mean more US focus on non nuclear weapons, which would give the US more military leverage, without causing a nuclear : Robert Dujarric. By implication this supports the theory of the new Cold War. With the growing nuclear threat, new authoritarian leaders and the total danger which nuclear weapons threaten for humanity, this is a short-sighted policy. The world must be rid of nuclear weapons, beginning with the Netherlands.
The vote is a huge step forward in the campaign to rid the world of nuclear weapons launched several years ago by nonnuclear weapons states and civil society from across the : Ira Helfand. Stanford Report, February 2, Q&A: Stanford's Philip Taubman on an unlikely effort by a group of former statesmen to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
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The enemy pursues nuclear weapons because the United States has such weapons, and because of that, Obama desires to rid the world of nuclear weapons, beginning with the American stockpile.
Democrats blame inanimate objects for the world's ills, not flesh and blood dirt balls. Evil doesn't exist, as far as they are : Douglas V. Gibbs. The Guardian - Back to home. Why we must rid the world of nuclear weapons. Comments. If only the books about the night watchmen were required reading for.
U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres called on Monday for a new global effort to get rid of nuclear weapons, drawing a cautious response from envoys of.
UN Chief Calls For New Push To Rid The World Of Nuclear Weapons Speaking to the Conference on Disarmament at the UN complex in Geneva, Guterres said many states still wrongly thought that nuclear.
It's time to rid the world of nuclear weapons. Sceptics may say a nuclear-free world is an impossible dream, but they said that about slavery and apartheid too. Together, those two countries have almost 95 percent of all the nuclear weapons in the world.
France, the U.K., and China have about each. India, Pakistan, and Israel have about each. North Korea has enough material for a dozen or so. This is an insane amount of destruction to keep in fallible human hands.
Yet behind the spirit of hope for a world without nuclear weapons lie deepening doubts about the sincerity of the nuclear-armed states. They vow in speeches and international conferences to get rid of these weapons, yet in their national security policies they cling to the bomb and show no sign of abandoning nuclear deterrence.
Eric Schlosser is the author of Command and Control: the story of nuclear weapons and the illusion of safety. His other books include Fast Food Nation, Reefer Madness and Chew. Purging Americans to rid the world of nuclear and space weapons, and to raise the national average of the mental ability of Americans via new and valid political and economic systems, and an advanced culture.
Princeton Junction, NJ: D.T. Publishers,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M/Ric. The organization’s goal is to rid the world of nuclear weapons by through a multilateral, universal, verifiable process, with negotiations on Author: Michael E.
O'hanlon. The cancel of nuclear weapons is an associate pressing humanitarian necessity. Any use of nuclear weapons would have tragic consequences. No effective humanitarian response would be attainable, and therefore the effects of radiation on mortals would cause suffering and death a few years when the initial explosion.
The Guardian - Back to home. Why we must rid the world of nuclear weapons An Iran armed with nuclear weapons would pose a grave threat not only to world peace but to the Iranian people. The US holds the largest nuclear arsenals in the world. Washington is reportedly planning to spend more than USD 1 trillion to modernize its nuclear weapons.
February 2, Q&A: Stanford's Philip Taubman on an unlikely effort by a group of former statesmen to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
In a new book. David Miliband today set out a six-step programme to create the conditions to rid the world of nuclear weapons. The foreign secretary's move came amid reports that Barack Obama is planning talks. For example, George P. Shultz, William J.
Perry, Henry A. Kissinger and Sam Nunn, "A World Free of Nuclear Weapons," and "Toward a Nuclear-Free World," Wall Street Journal, 4. Saturday's letters: Work to rid the world of nuclear weapons On the front page of the Tampa Bay Times was a woman who has bravely spent more than three decades speaking out against nuclear weapons.OCLC Number: Notes: "Translated by Intertext." Description: 28 pages ; 19 cm: Contents: Soviet Union points the way to peace --Far-reaching Soviet proposals to rid the world of nuclear weapons / statement by Mikhail Gorbachev.NAPF: To Rid the World of Nuclear Weapons.
WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, 30 Jan Richard Falk | Global Justice in the 21st Century – TRANSCEND Media Service. The statement below was drafted and endorsed by participants in a symposium held in Santa Barbara, CA in October under the auspices of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation.