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By Francois Caradec, Jean-Bernard Pouy, Larousse

ISBN-10: 2035837278

ISBN-13: 9782035837271

Plus de eleven 000 mots et expressions du français oral, familier, populaire ou argotique. a hundred encadrés thématiques, à l. a. fois drôles et étonnants. En fin d'ouvrage, une petite anthologie de poèmes et de chansons, de François Villon à Renaud.

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This is known as the verification problem, and has become increasingly fraught with modern weapons technology. Agreement in 1930 in London to restrict the 28 Arms Races numbers of warships needed no particular verification system, because heavy naval ships were impossible to hide, and normal methods of espionage were enough to keep track of what countries were doing. But verification for a treaty restricting the size of nuclear warheads that can be fitted to a missile is impossible without allowing inspection of each country’s missile sites, which is difficult to grant both for reasons of national secrecy and as a matter of sovereignty.

Furthermore the acceptance of the thesis that war is, partially, caused by armaments is itself a relatively modern idea. Although the First and Second International Hague Peace Conferences of 1899 and 1907 made gestures towards the desirability of disarmament and limiting the size of armed forces, the first treaties to specifically control armaments were those of the Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armaments of 1921–22 and the London Naval Treaties of 1930, 1935 and 1936. Arms control can mean one or more of three things.

In this context it might be noted that Khomeini’s initial authority over his fellow ayatollahs derived more from his long-term political opposition to the Shah, symbolized by his lengthy exile, than from any special position he held in terms of his spiritual distinction. 36 B Balance of Power Balance-of-power theory rests on the idea that peace is more likely where potential combatants are of equal military, and sometimes political or economic, power. In the classic period of balance of power, which ran roughly from the end of the Napoleonic wars to the beginning of the First World War, there were always several countries of roughly equal power, none of which could guarantee to defeat a coalition of the others.

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