arms control measure

arms control measure

Any specific arms control course of action.
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There are also figures which show that the United States, as well as Russia, have violated the terms of the New START Treaty, which is seen as a major arms control measure aimed at limiting the stockpiling of nuclear arms.
How long can the 1972 ABM treaty--the only successful arms control measure of the past quarter-century--last when both sides are openly developing and testing missile defenses and counterdefenses?
Canada noted that before any negotiation of an arms control measure can commence, there must be a common understanding of key terms.
In the short to medium term, one way forward would be serious dialogue, entente, and concrete arms control measures by both sides regarding both nuclear and conventional forces.
Grego reminded her audience of the logic and self-interest that established arms control measures in outer space during the Cold War, and of their enduring rationale.
He pointed to the creation of special courts for terrorist offenders, arms control measures and the strengthening of the National Counter Terrorism Authority and the Financial Monitoring Unit.
It's not clear if this sale--or previous ones to Saudi Arabia--are actually legal under existing arms control measures.
Disarmament and arms control measures among NWS could be achieved until the status-quo, politics and lust for power among states are settled down.
The hours-long standoff also exposed the claims of the government about putting in place stricter arms control measures.
The conference presents a unique opportunity to lay the groundwork for new security arrangements for the Middle East that would strengthen nonproliferation and arms control measures, diplomats told KUNA here on Thursday.
Effective arms control measures are thought to enhance U.