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La nueva mentalidad, condición para la supervivencia
Vol. 1, No. 1 (Winter, 1987), pp. 54-58
Published by: Estudios de Política Exterior S. A.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20642609
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One should not apply traditional criteria to the nuclear conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union which divides the world of today. It is irresponsible for the United States to speak of a "limited nuclear war" or of the "different phases of the conflict", as if assuming that an atomic confrontation would be unavoidable. The United States is fully committed to the planning of nuclear war and is determined to continue nuclear testing. The Strategic Defense Initiative requires perhaps thousands of tests. Facing this reckless conduct, has arisen a certain understanding which could lead to an agreement between the two superpowers: gradual nuclear disarmament and the elimination of all nuclear arms by the year 2000.
Política Exterior © 1987 Estudios de Política Exterior S. A.