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Modernization of weapons and the qualitative problems of arms control
Canada. Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security.
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In a recent interview, Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Rose Gottemoeller said that the modernization of American tactical weapons in Europe will help the U.S. Author: Bidgood, Sarah In: ARMS CONTROL TODAY, vol.
49, no. 7, Septemberp. Available to NATO staff only [Please contact the Library]. Arms control initiatives placed limits on certain types of nuclear systems—particularly intermediate-range weapons—but for the most part, the s saw dramatic innovation in.
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Call Number: / ISBN: small arms and light weapons also received close attention from the Security Council, which continued to explicitly address weapons and ammunition control measures in the mandates of peace operations.
eﬀectiveness of other arms control agreemen ts, including those covering small arms, chemical weapons, and biological weapons. W e pro ceed by explaining the existing views on the eﬃcacy of.