ABSTRACT

Have the Basic Requirements of Arms Control Changed Since Efforts were First Made?   [open pdf - 2MB]

This paper attempts to answer the question, Have the basic requirements of arms control changed since efforts were first made? It traces the evolution of arms control attempts from ancient times to the present, and examines some selected past attempts to prevent and control arms proliferation. Finally, the paper concludes with a suggestion about the prospects and potential fate of future arms control efforts. The Rush-Bagot Agreement the Washington Naval Treaty, and the Geneva Protocol on Chemical and Biological Warfare are quoted.

Report Number:
ACSC-85-2600
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Date:
1985-04
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Public Domain
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pdf
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