Never perhaps in relations between nations has any policy been so universally espoused as has the policy of disarmament in recent years. Never has any policy been the subject of so much discussion and negotiation between nations. No extended negotiations have seen so little progress. No negotiations have persisted in the face of so little progress.
Disarmament, or the control of armaments, has been proclaimed "the crucial issue of these times." Faced with the possibility of annihilation, by terrible new weapons against which there appeared to be no defense, nations hoped to eliminate or control these awesome arms. Since the end of the Second World War, every nation has supported disarmament, for itself as well as for others. Disarmament and the . . .
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