Nuclear Freeze: The Middle East and global arms control

Blix, Hans
May 2007
Boston Review;May/Jun2007, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p10
Academic Journal
In this article the author discusses issues of arms control and disarmament for nations throughout the world. He describes a report entitled "Weapons of Terror," which called for world leaders to revive arms control and disarmament. He offers methods to revive this process, to prevent further proliferation of nuclear weapons, and the spread of weapons of mass destruction.


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