Disarmament

Disarmament is the act of reducing, limiting, or abolishing weapons. Disarmament generally refers to a country's military or specific type of weaponry. Disarmament is often taken to mean total elimination of weapons of mass destruction, such as nuclear arms. General and Complete Disarmament was defined by the United Nations General Assembly as the elimination of all WMD, coupled with the “balanced reduction of armed forces and conventional armaments, based on the principle of undiminished security of the parties with a view to promoting or enhancing stability at a lower military level, taking into account the need of all States to …

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LSE: London School of Economics and Political Science · 1 January 2017 English

As well as heralding a series of momentous changes within Soviet domestic politics and society, the death of Stalin on March 5, 1953 also brought forward important shifts of tone …

as German unification, nuclear dangers, and disarmament measures were discussed. [FO 371 / 116117] Britain together, Moscow’s promotion of dialogue and disarmament in Europe, and an apparent willingness to be



The National Archives · 1 January 1982 English

/ S O V I E T I J f c B I L A T E R A L DISARMAMENT NEGOTIATIONS. THE C.ROUP RECOGNISED I THAT


The National Archives · 1 January 1982 English

A file of documents concerning Anglo-Czechoslovak political relations. Subjects discussed in the file include the settlement of British financial claims against Czechoslovakia; the return of wartime gold to Czechoslovakia; Anglo-Czechoslovak …

solving of the crucial question of the present - disarmament. At the forum of the United Nations, Czechoslovak supported all Soviet peace initia- tives, from the disarmament proposal put forward by the „.USSR, at the First 1950, as wo11 as all the other proposals for disarmament, eli- mination of the danger of a new war, and proposed the convening of a world conference 011 disarmament, in 1975, it put forward a proposal for the proposals that the funds made available through disarmament be usc-d to extend aid to developing countries


The National Archives · 1 January 1982 English

rehearsal of standard lines on arms control and disarmament and Soviet proposals for the reduction of nuclear reference to economic aspects), arms control and disarmament, the situation in Libya and if possible Namibia to try and achieve positive results on the disarmament front. The decision to resume negotiations colder wind was blowing now. Arms Control and Disarmament 6. Mr Bullard went on to recall that at his for years. There might have been a 35-nation Disarmament Conference in progress in M a d r i d at the


The National Archives · 1 January 1982 English

A file of documents concerning the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (K.S.?.) and the Czechoslovak government. Subjects discussed in the file include a conference of K.S.?. party secretaries; the sixth meeting …

tion, addressed the 7th session of the Geneva Disarmament Com- mittee on ¿^February. He explained the position position of Czeche si ovai li- on the draftN^eneral disarmament programme and on the problems of banning chemical


The National Archives · 1 January 1982 English

lunch for Mr Abrasimov, who stresses need for disarmament negotiations and for observance of the QA. lunch for Mr Abrasimov, who stresses need for disarmament negotiations and for observance of the QA.


The National Archives · 1 January 1982 English

A file containing documents relating to Anglo-Soviet political consultations. Subjects covered in the file include planning talks due to take place in Moscow in January 1983; a proposed visit to …

Petrovsky. U ^ Uc I J S Chick Arms Control and Disarmament Department 23 December 1982 cc: Mr Broomfield


The National Archives · 1 January 1982 English

training programme in Northern conference on disarmament in Europe. The British .H Ireland. At the present


The National Archives · 1 January 1982 English

Organisation a draft comprehensive programme of disarmament. This P . , . * , o • r u programme envisages parties are reported to be engaged in detailed Disarmament discussion making use of the secretary general's first stage in the process of multinational disarmament to take place. 33. Mr. Adley asked the Lord The process of multilateral arms control and disarmament negotiations is a continuing one. Last 41. Mr reached on these two plans for compre- hensive disarmament both will be presented for BBC W O R L D SERVICE:


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