Wed . 19 Oct 2019
TR | RU | UK | KK | BE |

Unilateral disarmament

unilateral disarmament, unilateral disarmament definition
Unilateral disarmament is a policy option, to renounce weapons without seeking equivalent concessions from one's actual or potential rivals It was most commonly used in the twentieth century in the context of unilateral nuclear disarmament, a recurrent objective of peace movements in countries such as the United Kingdom

Nations do not often choose to dismantle their entire military capability Unilateral disarmament is usually sought in one technical competency, such as weapons of mass destruction Non-violent political movements from that of Mahatma Gandhi to the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament have recommended unilateral disarmament as a step toward world peace

Contents

  • 1 By country
    • 11 Costa Rica
    • 12 United States
    • 13 South Africa
  • 2 References
  • 3 External links

By country

Costa Rica

The only recent candidate for having performed an act of complete disarmament is Costa Rica, which unilaterally disarmed and demilitarized itself in 1948, writing its non-military status into its constitution in 1949 In a public ceremony to mark the occasion, the existing Commander-in-Chief handed the keys to Army HQ to the Minister of Education, for use as a school Since that time, Costa Rica has been briefly invaded once, by Nicaragua, but has maintained its territorial integrity through reliance on diplomacy within international structures such as the OAS Costa Rica's peace dividend has been reinvested well, as evidenced by infant mortality rates, life expectancy and literacy rates that are on a par or better than those of most developed countries

United States

Although former US President Richard Nixon expressedly denounced unilateral disarmament in 1969, Nixon's unilateral discontinuation of biological weapons development in 1972 is often characterized as a "unilateral disarmament"

South Africa

South Africa voluntarily gave up its nuclear weapons programme after the end of apartheid

References

  1. ^ Anil Dutta Mishra 2002 Rediscovering Gandhi Mittal Publications p 72 ISBN 978-81-7099-836-5 
  2. ^ Matthew Bolton, Pace University 19 May 2015 "Event: General and complete disarmament" PDF NPT News in Review 13 13: 10 Retrieved 31 May 2016 
  3. ^ Tanisha Ellis Hayles 2 March 2014 "Costa Rica — a country withoutan army and proud of it - Columns" Jamaica Observer Retrieved 31 May 2016 
  4. ^ "Nixon says US defences to stay strong; no one-sided disarmament" The Bryan Times Colorado Springs: United Press International 4 June 1969 p 1 Retrieved 31 May 2016 
  5. ^ Eric Croddy 27 June 2011 Chemical and Biological Warfare: A Comprehensive Survey for the Concerned Citizen Springer Science & Business Media p 31 ISBN 978-1-4613-0025-0 
  6. ^ Purkitt, Helen E; Burgess, Stephen F 2005 South Africa's weapons of mass destruction Bloomington: Indiana University Press 

External links

  • United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research

define unilateral disarmament, obama unilateral disarmament, the case for unilateral disarmament, unilateral disarmament, unilateral disarmament definition, unilateral disarmament meaning


Unilateral disarmament Information about

Unilateral disarmament


  • user icon

    Unilateral disarmament beatiful post thanks!

    29.10.2014


Unilateral disarmament
Unilateral disarmament
Unilateral disarmament viewing the topic.
Unilateral disarmament what, Unilateral disarmament who, Unilateral disarmament explanation

There are excerpts from wikipedia on this article and video

Random Posts

Amorphous metal

Amorphous metal

An amorphous metal also known as metallic glass or glassy metal is a solid metallic material, usuall...
Arthur Lake (bishop)

Arthur Lake (bishop)

Arthur Lake September 1569 – 4 May 1626 was Bishop of Bath and Wells and a translator of the King Ja...
John Hawkins (author)

John Hawkins (author)

Sir John Hawkins 29 March 1719 – 21 May 1789 was an English author and friend of Dr Samuel Johnson a...
McDonnell Douglas MD-12

McDonnell Douglas MD-12

The McDonnell Douglas MD-12 was an aircraft design study undertaken by the McDonnell Douglas company...