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  • Cold War. Who was responsible for the failure of meaningful nuclear arms talks? Referenced directly to Ronald E. Powaski book "March to Armageddon"

     

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ID number:747281
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Published: 05.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Everyone said that they wanted limits on nuclear arms. So who was responsible for humankind's failure to impose any meaningful limits on them? Was it the American military, the presidents, leaders of Congress, the public, their Soviet or even West European counterparts? In reality, the true 'villains' of the story were the military and their conservative allies. These groups and their use of aggression, intimidation, power politics and nuclear diplomacy (initially brought about by the American monopoly of the atomic bomb) to settle conflicts within Soviet-American relations allowed the arm…

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