Towards a world free from nuclear weapons

why South Africa gave up the nuclear option
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United Nations Department for Disarmament Affairs , [New York?]
Nuclear disarmament -- South Africa, South Africa -- Military p
Other titlesWhy South Africa gave up the nuclear option
StatementKaramchund (Krish) Mackerdhuj
SeriesDDA occasional papers -- no. 1
ContributionsUnited Nations. Dept. for Disarmament Affairs
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJZ5665 .M33 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 17 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15267464M
ISBN 109211422302

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It would move the world away from rather than towards a world free of nuclear weapons," warns the statement. It concludes with a description and discussion of three different worlds without nuclear weapons and their implications for nuclear disarmament policies.

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Summary: Drawn from presentations made at the Hoover Institution’s October conference, this collection of essays examines the practical steps necessary to address the current security challenges of nuclear weapons and to move toward the goal Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev envisaged in their historic meeting at Reykjavik: the elimination of all nuclear weapons.

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