Disarmament; Peace-building; United States--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
The author proposes a critical appraisal of current disarmament plans and their implications in present international affairs, especially, the 1964 draft treaties of the United States and the Soviet Union calling for a general and complete disarmament. By comparing and evaluating these two plans, the author hopes to prove his thesis that although disarmament is part of the overall peace effort, the attainment of disarmament will not necessarily establish peace. On the contrary, before any actual and feasible disarmament can be achieved, there must be established a peaceful international climate conducive to a general and complete disarmament.
Peterfi, W. O.
Findings on Disarmament.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 34 No.2, 164-169.
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