Coexistence, Cooperation And Common Security: Annals Of Pugwash 1986 by Joseph RotblatCoexistence, Cooperation And Common Security: Annals Of Pugwash 1986 by Joseph Rotblat

Coexistence, Cooperation And Common Security: Annals Of Pugwash 1986

byJoseph RotblatEditorLaszlo Valki

Paperback | July 29, 1988

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To remove the threat of nuclear annihilation changes in attitudes are required, such as the acceptance of the concept of common security to take the place of reliance on nuclear deterrence to keep the peace. This book gives an insight into thinking about ways to deal with the crisis.
Title:Coexistence, Cooperation And Common Security: Annals Of Pugwash 1986Format:PaperbackDimensions:349 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 0.02 inPublished:July 29, 1988Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Part 1 The nuclear arms race: preventing the spread of nuclear weapons, B.Sanders; connection between horizontal and vertical proliferation of nuclear weapons, D.Frei; nuclear-free zones as a step towards global nuclear disarmament, P.Pamir; the unilateral initiatives and reciprocal responses for arms control and disarmament, F.A.Long. Part 2 European security: extended deterrence, no first use, and European security, J.P.Holdren; certainties and uncertainties about military doctrines, L.Valki; the political significance of the non-nuclear defence policy of the British Labour Party, M.Kaldor; nuclear-weapon-free zones in Europe, A.T.Balevski & C.Kluranov; military technology and non-offensive defense in Europe, J.J.Graaback; balance of conventional forces in europe, A.Karkoszka; reducing threat perceptions - guidelines for enhanced stability in Europe, K.F.Birnbaum; defensive conventional force structures a a catalyst for a second detente, A.A.C.Von Muller. Part 3 Role of non-nuclear-weapon states: the role of non-nuclear states in reducing the nuclear danger, O.R.Grimsson; the role of Canada in efforts to reduce the nuclear danger within alliances, G.Ignatieff; nuclear weapons and the neutral country - the case of Sweden, M.B.Theorin; role of non-alignedstates in efort to reduce the nuclear danger, K.Subrahmanyam. Part 4 Non-military aspects of reducing East-West tension: addressing the roots of East-WEst confrontation can detente be restored?, F.Calogero; roots of East-Westconfrontation - asymmetrical symmetries, E.E.Galal; non-military aspects of mutual security - interrelation between regional and global problems, N.Behar; scientific and cultural cooperation as a means for reducing East-West tensions, K.Gottstein; world peace initiative - a comprehensive international research and development programme for the solution of the global problems, H.P.Durr. Part 5 International economic relations: military expenditures, international economic relations and detente, N.Ball; East-West trade and economic relations, O.T.Bogomolov; strategic aspects of the development of East-WEst economic relations, T.Palankai; strengthening South-south cooperation for the maintenance of world peace, W.Houkang; where is the world economy going, if anywhere?, M.S.Wionczek. Appendix: Coexistence, cooperation, and common security - statement from the Pugwash council.