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Nuclear weapons : report of the Secretary-General of the United Nations / [Group of Experts on a Comprehensive Study on Nuclear Weapons].

; United Nations. General Assembly ; United Nations. Group of Experts on a Comprehensive Study on Nuclear Weapons
Brookline, Mass. : Autumn Press, [1980] .
ISBN 0914398334, 9780914398332

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Other Title General and complete disarmament: comprehensive study on nuclear weapons
Other Authors United Nations. General Assembly.
United Nations. Group of Experts on a Comprehensive Study on Nuclear Weapons.
United Nations. Secretary-General.
Subjects Disarmament.
Kernwaffe.
Nuclear disarmament.
Nuclear nonproliferation.
Nuclear weapons.
Description xi, 223 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
Notes Complete Report of the Secretary-General of the United Nations entitled General and complete disarmament: comprehensive study on nuclear weapons: report of the Secretary-General, which was presented to the General Assembly in the Fall of 1980 ... Published with the authorization and cooperation of the United Nations.
Group of Experts met 9-13 July and 15-19 Oct. 1979 and 23 Jan.-1 Feb., 21-25 Apr. and 7-12 July 1980.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Factual information on present nuclear arsenals -- Trends in the technological development of nuclear-weapon systems -- Effects of the use of nuclear weapons -- The doctrines of deterrence and other theories concerning nuclear weapons -- Security implications of the continued quantitative increase and qualitative improvement of nuclear-weapon systems -- Implications of the treaties, agreements, and negotiations related to nuclear disarmament -- Conclusion: "The perpetual menace to human society."
Production Credits Prepared by the Group of Experts on a Comprehensive Study on Nuclear Weapons.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7717386
(OCoLC)ocm07717386
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