Toward World Order

Hoffmann, Stanley
March 1977
New Republic;3/19/77, Vol. 176 Issue 12, p10
Presents information on world politics and the tricks in maintaining cordial international relations. Need for maintaining balance of power and formation of alliances for establishing peace; Comments on the foreign policy of the U.S.; Note on the diplomatic relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union; Impact of economic interdependence on probabilities of a war; View that there is common interest of the superpowers in reducing risks of a nuclear war; Effect of arms race on world peace; Opinion that the proliferation of nuclear and conventional arms could create regional violence.


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