ISBN13: 9780521347495. Release Date: December 1988.
The Arms Race (Modern World Issues). 0521271428 (ISBN13: 9780521271424).
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Nuclear Arms Race Other countries have beefed up their military might and are in a modern-day arms race or poised to enter one, including India and Pakistan, North Korea and South Korea, Iran.
Though the United States and the Soviet Union were tentative allies during World War II, their alliance soured after Nazi Germany surrendered in May 1945. The United States cast a wary eye over the Soviet Union’s quest for world dominance as they expanded their power and influence over Eastern Europe, and the Soviet Union resented the United States’ geopolitical interference and America’s own arms buildup. Other countries have beefed up their military might and are in a modern-day arms race or poised to enter one, including India and Pakistan, North Korea and South Korea, Iran and China.
How the Scots Invented the Modern World: The True Story of How .
This is really a book about Great Britain and how its history was shaped by its Navy. It describes the arms race between nations over their individual navies during the 17th century between Britain and Spain, then the 18th between Britain and France and finally in the 20th between Britain and Germany.
This phrase is increasingly appearing on the air, sounds from the stands of various forums and assemblies. But from the arms race of the era of confrontation between the USSR and the USA, a new race is distinguished in several important details. Today, one state in the world spends on the military component, including the purchase weapons and military equipment, more than all the other states combined. This is the United States of America with their incredible 700 billions of dollars in the military budget.
Redirected from Modern history). The history of the world, in common parlance, is the history of humanity (or human history), as determined from archeology, anthropology, genetics, linguistics, and other disciplines; and, for periods since the invention of writing, from recorded history and from secondary sources and studies. Humanity's written history was preceded by its prehistory, beginning with the Palaeolithic Era ("Old Stone Age"), followed by the Neolithic Era ("New Stone Age").
Armed terrorism causing destruction to life and property has been in vogue for some time now in parts of the world. Another thought is to form a Coalition for Peace which will deal with the specific issues of terrorism only. The only saving grace is that the expression parts of the world can still be used. This body must be entitled to negotiate with those who sponsor terrorism and get them around. With all the developments that have taken place in honing the human mind, this should not be a big problem.