the report of the Independent Commission on Disarmament and Security Issues
London : Pan Books, 1982
XXI, 202 p. ; 18 cm
A group of international statesmen and leaders has been considering in frequent meetings since the end of 1980, the issues of arms control, disarmament and security, searching to find a way through the present impasse that threatens to drive mankind into an arms race that will dwarf even the tensions of Cold War. Their report places before its audience first an analysis of what has gone wrong and why, and then seeks to point out, sharply and succinctly, a way forward, introducing coherent and thought-provoking proposals for resolving the unsettled issues of strategic and "theatre" nuclear weapons, conventional armaments, Third World conflict and regional security.
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