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The Reagan Administration has met with widely differing hopes and fears with regard to its nuclear policy. Many people in the Western world, especially in the United States, have hoped for a radical shift in what has been perceived as unilateral American restraint in the 70's. Others have feared...
'Nordic stability' constitutes a political dissuasion against increased superpower involvement. So long as nuclear weapons have not been used, a conventional area denial capability provides Sweden the ability to withstand nuclear blackmail. A mix of deterrence and assurances vis-à-vis the Soviet...
This article addresses the question of how Transnational Corporations (TNCs) affect the process of industrialisation in the Third World. An empirical analysis of corporate concentration, manufacturing investments, factors facilitating global industrial restruc turing, and the emergence of Export...
Many important fields of technology serve a dual purpose: they have significant military and peaceful applications. This article argues that a stronger focus on dual-purpose technologies might serve to simultaneously promote the causes of disarmament and development. Six areas of dual-purpose...
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