By David Eli Lilienthal
Own convictions of a public professional at the fingers race and fallacies primary within the nuclear age corresponding to the peaceable Atom, disarmament, etc.
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McCloy and Zorin I quote a portion and governments, In September 1961 Ambassadors agreed for their of the central clause, that "all measures of general and complete disarmament should be balanced so that at no stage of the implementation of the treaty could any state or group of states gain military advantage" as a consequence of disarmament measures. How can these bitter antagonists discuss a "balance" of military force as between them, so that the discussion will make any sense at all, without disclosing to the other the state of their arms at the time of the balancing process?
Repeatedly calling into question the honesty intentions of a great power, in the ugly temper of the present, inflicts wounds that fester. When the dis- and is one But where the questions are those of life and death that are involved in disarmament discussions, pute in negotiation concerns fishery rights that thing. that is quite another matter, for while these talks go on the very subjects of discussion their nuclear misare pointed toward each other night siles, and ours and day. " Thus the very discussions intended by both sides to diminish distrust and promote better relations can produce grave, acute, and even explosive mutual crises of confidence.
Weakened by the force In every instance, there has been a dis- turbing after-effect. The ghosts of these outmoded convictions about the Atomic Solution linger on, new and inhibiting the full and clear development of more realistic ideas. Assumption No. 1: That, as to atomic weapons, "we had the secret"; that this gave us a monopoly on nuclear weapons for a substantial period of time so that the use or the threatened use of atomic weapons would assure the security of the United States and its friends; that we had the ultimate weapon so that the United States could police the world and insure a Pax Americana.
Change, hope and the bomb by David Eli Lilienthal