3 edition of Economic and social consequences of disarmament found in the catalog.
Economic and social consequences of disarmament
1962 by Dept. of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations in New York .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||JX1974 .U475|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||62004084|
There have been many large anti-nuclear demonstrations and protests. The creation of the Irish Free State that followed this conflict in effect represented a territorial loss for the UK that was all but equal to the loss sustained by Germany, and furthermore, compared to Germany, a much greater loss in terms of its ratio to the country's prewar territory. Language: English Copyright: About the millions of Americans who live in abject poverty, and who can only be helped by massive outlays of monies for public needs, such ideologues have nothing to say.
Deterioration of International Trade The onset of the Great Depression would serve to undermine any attempts at creating a more open, cooperative and peaceful post-war world. A draft treaty was assembled in that made aggressive war illegal and bound the member states to defend victims of aggression by force. China[ edit ] The Republic of China had been one of the Allies; during the war, it had sent thousands of labourers to France. Benoit, Boulding, and Melman have done heroic work in trying to arouse public interest in what could happen in the event of disarmament. Then there is the self-interest school, which includes certain industrialists who prefer Pentagon projects but are not unwilling to enjoy a slice of arms control and disarmament funds.
Of course, there have been some cases of successful transfer, as with PERT—a computer system—and Telstar. Meanwhile, the British and Americans were not willing to offer France security commitments in exchange for conciliation with Germany. How much human obsolescence can our society bear before it cracks under the strain? The first Aldermaston March was organised by the CND and took place at Easterwhen several thousand people marched for four days from Trafalgar SquareLondon, to the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment close to Aldermaston in BerkshireEngland, to demonstrate their opposition to nuclear weapons.
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His skill was to take practical issues of public concern, and use economic theory and statistics to elucidate them in an intelligible, but rigorous, way. He was able to refute the neo-classical orthodoxy that high unemployment in depressed regions is because people prefer leisure to work.
But for that to occur, the left would need to be ready with an alternative — not just criticisms. Disarmament, Economic Conversion, and Mana At what points in the economy do we mark off the starting lines?
Security: Weapons are used to kill people and destroy infrastructure, creating a culture of fear, violence, and instability. It is no longer to be a goal without means of achieving it, without means of verifying its progress, without means of keeping the peace.
The Japanese navy also succeeded in seizing several of Germany's island possessions in the Western Pacific: the MarianasCarolinesand Marshall Islands. Benoit, Boulding, and Melman have done heroic work in trying to arouse public interest in what could happen in the event of disarmament.
A few private citizens in Connecticut have tried to study the issues: Women Strike for Peace has some local committees at work; the Friends have published one or two brochures; and here and there a major defense contractor has wondered how to penetrate an ordinary comsumer market.
At the moment, 6 per cent of the work force is unemployed, and at our skimpy rate of Economic and social consequences of disarmament book, the economy cannot even absorb normal increases in Economic and social consequences of disarmament book labor force.
Furthermore, under the state of war declared during the hostilities, the French economy had been somewhat centralized in order to be able to shift into a " war economy ", leading to a first breach with classical liberalism. With British assistance, Japanese forces attacked Germany's territories in Shandong province in China, including the East Asian coaling base of the Imperial German navy.
Proposals ranged from abolishing chemical warfare and strategic bombing to the limitation of more conventional weapons, such as tanks. But the sad fact of the matter is that apart from a few private individuals and a single small bureau—the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency—no one has done more Economic and social consequences of disarmament book look at the economics of disarmament before turning away either in bemusement or horror.
This last possibility is not far-fetched. To a certain extent, the First World War was a major contributing factor to the two revolutions that took place inthe February and October Revolution. In the first stage, dissatisfaction with, or a recognition of the inadequacy of, a dominant ideology grows.
At the Paris Peace Conference inthe Chinese delegation called for an end to Western imperialistic institutions in China, but was rebuffed. Transylvania and Bukovina became parts of Romania.
While "have-not" nations looked to form their own regional trade blocs, they found it increasingly necessary to use military force to annex territories with the much-needed resources.
American opinion on the propriety of providing aid to Germans and Austrians was split, as evidenced by an exchange of correspondence between Edgar Gottan executive with The Boeing Company and Charles Osner, chairman of the Committee for the Relief of Destitute Women and Children in Germany and Austria.
The war worsened the issues that already existed in Russia and also highlighted the lack of leadership shown by the Tsar and the Provisional Government set up after the February Revolution and also the Tsars military command over the army during the war.
Military activities further destroy land and resources, either intentionally as a method or tool of warfare, inadvertently in the acts of war, or in the aftermath of conflict. To this purpose, the chief commander of the Allied forces, Marshal Ferdinand Fochhad demanded that for the future protection of France the Rhine river should now form the border between France and Germany.
Germany demanded the revision of the Versailles Treaty and the granting of military parity with the other powers, while France was determined to keep Germany demilitarised for its own security. The London Economist, in its well-documented survey, 3 makes a cogent argument for a changeover period lasting no more than two years.
There is not much here as compared with the arms race, but it is something on which to fall back. In all of Washington, only ACDA, with its relatively low budget and undermanned research bureau, has issued any sort of report on the consequences of disarmament—and this was prepared by an outsider, Emil Benoit of Columbia University.
These changes were recognized in, but not caused by, the Treaty of Versailles. Regional differences in unemployment and prosperity are primarily due to differences in the strength of demand, and there is a case for taking work to workers.
Then there is the self-interest school, which includes certain industrialists who prefer Pentagon projects but are not unwilling to enjoy a slice of arms control and disarmament funds.
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Download this factsheet as a two-page PDF. Disarmament: the reduction and elimination of weapons, weapon materials, and weapon delivery systems, in order to enhance security, peace, and the survival of humanity.
Development: the Economic and social consequences of disarmament book of poverty, satisfaction of human needs, and the steady improvement of the quality of life (economic, social, and environmental. Distinguished scholars across several disciplines discuss possible negative economic and social consequences, including unemployment, conversion costs, and the related hampered growth of research and development, associated with the conversion from a military industrial economy to a civilian complex.
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