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World Controlled by UN

World Controlled by UN

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Terrorism Last Updated: Jan 5th, 2006 - 16:15:24A WORLD EFFECTIVELY CONTROLLED BY THE UNITED NATIONSLincoln P. BloomfieldMarch 10, 1962
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INSTITUTE FOR DEFENSE ANALYSES
Study Memorandum No. 7
A WORLD EFFECTIVELY CONTROLLED BY THEUNITED NATIONS
A Preliminary Survey of One Form of a Stable Military Environment
Lincoln P. Bloomfield
Prepared for IDA in support of a study submitted to the Department of State under contract No. SCC 28270, datedFebruary 24, 1961The judgments expressed in this Study Memorandum are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of theInstitute for Defense Analyses or of any agency of the United States GovernmentSpecial Studies GroupINSTITUTE FOR DEFENSE ANALYSES1710 H Street, N. W.Washington 6, D.C.March 10, 1962
 
FOREWORD
This paper was prepared for project VULCAN, a study of Arms Control and a Stable Military Environment, which wasmade by the Special Studies Group of IDA for the Department of State under contract No. SCC 28270, dated 24 February1961. Dr. J. I. Coffey was the Project Leader.The author, Dr. Lincoln P. Bloomfield, a consultant to the Special Studies Group, has written extensively on the role of theUnited Nations in international politics. He is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Arms ControlProject at the Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.Judgments expressed are of course those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Institute for DefenseAnalyses or of any agency of the United States Government.JAMES E. KING, JR.Associate Director of Research
CONTENTS
SUMMARYCHAPTER INTRODUCTIONFramework of StudyPolicy BackgroundDefinitions
 
THE MODELPrincipal FeaturesRepresentationPeaceful ChangeFinancesASSUMPTIONSOn Weapons and TechnologyOn the Political Environment NATIONAL VERSUS INTERNATIONAL FORCEBalance of ForcesPRINCIPAL PROBLEMS IN ACHIEVING A WORLD ORDER Community and ConsensusDisarmamentUniversalityFinancesRevision of the United NationsEXPECTED PERFORMANCE OF THE MODELThe Sources of Threat Nuclear War – General and Limited

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