Disarmament, Germany, and Testing

Authors

  • J. P. Morray

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-013-06-1961-10_2

Keywords:

Imperialism

Abstract

The renewal of nuclear testing by the Soviet Union has angered many in the United States who oppose the arms race, members of the variegated "Peace Forces" who had hitherto tacitly regarded the Soviet government as an ally in the campaign to achieve a test-ban treaty. They feel betrayed by the great power that was the first to call for a cessation of nuclear testing and the first to employ the promising tactic of a unilateral cessation as a means of mobilizing world opinion against governments that wanted tests to continue.

Published

1961-10-02

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Articles