DISARMAMENT: IT’S NEED AND INDIA’S APPROACH TOWARDS DISARMAMENT

Dr. Javid Ahmad Mir

Abstract


Abstract:- The nature of conflict and the weaponry used to fight it have changed dramatically in the last 100 years. Before the twentieth century, few countries maintained large armies and their weapons, while certainly deadly mostly limited damage to the immediate vicinity of battle. The majority of those killed and wounded in pre-twentieth century conflicts were active combatants. The armament race poses a great threat to world peace. Almost all the countries have been involved in the arms race. In the present study an attempt has been made to shed the light on Disarmament and India’s approach towards it.

Keywords: Disarmament, India, Arms control, Approach.

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