The Key to World Security

August 1944
New Republic;8/21/44, Vol. 111 Issue 8, p207
Discusses the need to include economic sanction and use of military force in plans to be considered by Great Britain, the Soviet Union and the U.S. to maintain peace after the defeat of the Axis Power in the World War II. China to join the discussion at a later stage; Plans to include consideration of joint action, by these four countries to deal with any future attempts to aggression; Attempts to nip the aggressive tendencies of any country in the bud to avoid the threat of world war; Dangers due to the fascist and militarist government of Argentina; Objections of Great Britain to the imposition of economic sanctions because of its dependence on Argentina for the import of essential commodities; Contradiction among these four countries on the economic front; Views that the possibility of economic cooperation depends on the underlying economic trends after the war.


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