Armaments and Security

Hukley, Julian
June 1941
New Republic;6/2/41, Vol. 104 Issue 22, p750
Suggests methods for ensuring and enhancing international security in the post World War II period. Importance of armament of Great Britain by the U.S.; Need for various nations to collaborate in a system of pooled security; Emphasis on active cooperation of the U.S., Great Britain and majority of European nations in international affairs; Role of smaller nations in sacrificing their sovereign right to neutrality; Creation of international political and economic organizations to promote World peace; Effect of prevention of illicit arm manufacturing on the international security system.


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