3 edition of Disarmament: imperative of peace found in the catalog.
Disarmament: imperative of peace
United Nations. Office of Public Information.
|Other titles||Achievements of the United Nations.|
|LC Classifications||JX1974 .U452|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||79023028|
Peace and nuclear disarmament. Nuclear technology was originally devised as a tool to fabricate weapons of mass destruction. The transition to a “civilian nuclear program” was accelerated by President Eisenhower’s “Atoms for Peace” campaign, which was little more than what we now call a “corporate stimulus” program promoted “peaceful uses of the atom” by. " A Skeptic's Case for Nuclear Disarmament is a hard-headed look at the tough issues we face in reducing global nuclear dangers and preventing catastrophic terrorism. O'Hanlon provides a thoughtful, pragmatic, and detailed plan for reversing reliance on nuclear weapons and moving toward a world without them―and he makes a convincing case why Author: Michael E. O'Hanlon.
The workshop is tied to a forthcoming book that considers the policy and pastoral implications of the Church’s evolving position on nuclear deterrence and disarmament. Deterring Nuclear Deterrence “For the Church, disarmament concerns find inspiration first of all in the gospels,” said Archbishop Tomasi, a key advisor to Pope Francis on. The Moral Imperative to Abolish Nuclear Weapons NOW by Art Laffin, Teacher of Peace The recent military crisis between the U.S. and North Korea, with both countries threatening to use nuclear weapons against each other, has demonstrated to the world that the prospect of nuclear war is a very real and present danger.
The Nobel Peace Prize (Praeger, ), the first known legal analysis of the peace prize, claims that today, even if years have passed, realizaton of the specific idea Nobel had in mind is of a more imperative urgency than ever. Subtitled What Nobel Really Wanted, the book by Fredrik S. Heffermehl, Norwegian lawyer and author, draws on secrets from inside the Nobel Committee . The Challenge of Peace: God's Promise and Our Response A Pastoral Letter on War and Peace nuclear age is a moral and political imperative. In Parts I and II of this letter we set forth both the principles of Catholic way toward a progressive disarmament, may still be judged morally acceptable. Nonetheless, in order to.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: United Nations. Office of Public Information. Disarmament: imperative of peace. New York, United Nations, This Research Guide is intended as a starting point for research on Disarmament.
It provides the basic legal materials available in the Peace Palace Library, both in print and electronic format. Handbooks, leading articles, bibliographies, periodicals, serial publications and documents of interest are presented in the Selective Bibliography.
Disarmament Yearbook. UNODA Occasional Papers. Disarmament Study Series. Civil Society and Disarmament. Disarmament: A Basic Guide. Other Publications. Related Institutions. Databases & Tools. Peace Matters is an online Peace Pledge Union publication that includes disarmament education as one of it five focus areas.
It includes information on theory and practice of peace as well as. on the following definition: Peace Education is teaching for and about human rights, gender equality, disarmament, social and economic justice, non-violence, sustainable development, international law and we later added, traditional peace practices.
And we agreed that the methodology of peace education should include critical thinking,File Size: 2MB. Perpetual peace refers to a state of affairs where peace is permanently established over a certain area.
The idea of perpetual peace was first suggested in the 18th century, Disarmament: imperative of peace book Charles-Irénée Castel de Saint-Pierre published his essay "Project for Perpetual Peace" anonymously while working as the negotiator for the Treaty of Utrecht.
The Imperative to Explore the Impact of Disarmament on Peacemaking Efforts and Conflict Recurrence Article (PDF Available) in Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 22(4) November Cited by: 1. book is titled The Ethics of Nuclear Weapons Dissemination: Moral Dilemmas of Aspiration, Nuclear Disarmament is a Humanitarian Imperative.
motivated to echo this statement, including Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu. In a recent publication of the International Campaign. Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (DDR) is a critical element of post conflict peace building (PCPB).
The peace agreement leading-up from. Jeremy Bentham proposed that disarmament, arbitration, and the renunciation of colonies would produce perpetual peace, thus relying merely on Kant's preliminary articles and on none of the three main points; contrary to the modern theorists, he relied on public opinion, even against the absolute monarchy in Sweden.
Many have followed him : Immanuel Kant. Nuclear Disarmament as a Humanitarian Imperative On the sixty-ninth anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, 6 Augustthe International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) released a joint statement titled "Remembering Hiroshima: Nuclear Disarmament is a.
The decision of this year’s Norwegian Nobel Committee serves to highlight that important and long-overdue decree and reminds us that, in times of both war and peace, Bertha’s calls for disarmament—and Alfred Nobel’s echo of her demand in creating the Peace Prize—can mean lowering one’s hands and fists along with laying down one’s.
It does not present a single point of view, other than the imperative of preventing nuclear war and formulating strategies for peace. Much of the information is new, and has more» seldom been discussed in peace and disarmament meetings, especially the emphasis the book places on the moral aspects of wasting the earth's scarce resources in.
Disarmament without checks is but a shadow--and a community without law is but a shell. John F. Kennedy, Address before the General Assembly of the United Nations (Septem ). Disarmament is the ideal of socialism.
There will be no wars in socialist society; consequently, disarmament will be achieved. Report on Nuclear Weapons Free Zones and Advancing the Cause of Nuclear Disarmament, hosted by the Permanent Mission of Indonesia to the United Nations.
Progress on advancing nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament is imperative for human survival. It is commendable that Permanent Mission of Indonesia to the United Nations on J This book examines the question: is the elimination of nuclear weapons politically feasible and technically practical.
With the end of the cold war, a re-thinking of the nuclear foundations of international security is imperative. There are no compelling reasons to perpetuate a cold war era nuclear security approach.
Neither is the world ready to abolish nuclear weapons by agreement. Downloadable (with restrictions). There is today a well-established consensus that belligerents must be disarmed in order to reconstruct shattered states and establish a robust and durable peace in the wake of internal armed conflict.
Indeed, nearly every UN peacekeeping intervention since the end of the Cold War has included disarmament provisions in its by: 1. These writings give eloquent voice to Beerman’s wide-ranging theological and political concerns: racial and economic inequality, nuclear disarmament, interfaith dialogue, and the quest for peace and justice in Israel-Palestine.
The book was published in May The United Methodist Church, whose commitment to peace is rooted in its obedience to the Prince of Peace, must recognize the things that make for peace. The Council of Bishops asserted in that God’s people “have neglected the poor, polluted our air and water, and filled our communities with instruments of war.
A new book on the UN and Nuclear Disarmament. They provide valuable insights into considering ongoing impediments to the P-5/N-5 giving attention to the imperative of nuclear disarmament within the practical and more demanding business of the Security Council.
The chapter concludes by exploring what the Council might realistically do to. Sentimentality, moral appeal, disarmament conferences, peace pacts, and exhibition of horrors of war have contributed little to the cause of peace.
This book examines certain salutary economic tendencies in the consumer cooperative movement which are actually in operation in all countries and across international borders.The Promotion of Peace (Chapter 11 of the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church).
It is worth noting that the chapter in the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church that addresses issues of war and peace is entitled “The Promotion of Peace”. The title emphasizes the vocation of the church and all Christians to be peacemakers. Vincent J. Intondi is an Associate Professor of History and Director of the Institute for Race, Justice, and Community Engagement at Montgomery College in Takoma Park, Maryland.
FromIntondi was Director of Research for American University’s Nuclear Studies Institute in Washington, DC.