Disarmament • Disarmed
Compton’s Encyclopedia
disarmamentThe single most vital issue confronting the world after World War II was the prevention of nuclear warfare. During the decades-long Cold War this task was the focus of diplomatic discussions between the United States and the Soviet Union and a leading item on the agenda of the United Nations.
Pocket Dictionary of Ethics
disarmament. The control, reduction and elimination of the weapons of *war and mass destruction. Disarmament can be forced, as by the victor of a war on the vanquished; it can be undertaken unilaterally for moral reasons; and it can be the result of a negotiated agreement. The ethical discussion has