This booklet is a path-breaking paintings that makes use of biographical options to check some of the most generally debated questions in foreign politics: Did the arrival of the nuclear bomb hinder the 3rd international battle? The book's authors argue nearly unanimously that nuclear guns did have an important impression at the taking into consideration the top statesmen of the nuclear age, yet a dissenting epilogue from John Mueller demanding situations this thesis.
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95 By basing a supranational solution (effective international control of atomic energy) to a supranational problem (the prospect of civilization's destruction) on core national principles (self-help), the plan proposed the outlines of a mechanism that could have fostered a transition to a new approach to international relations in the area where such a transformation was almost universally regarded as critical. The Acheson–Lilienthal report seemed to answer Truman's call for transcending the ‘framework of old ideas’.
3 Stalin and the Nuclear Age Vladislav M. Zubok1 The most powerful dictator of the century, Joseph Stalin had many incarnations: a member of the ﬁrst Bolshevik government and a ﬁerce Commissar during the Civil War; the ruthless builder of the Soviet state and Soviet industry; the butcher of millions of potential ‘traitors’; the commander-in-chief during World War II; the high priest of ‘scientiﬁc communism’; an actor playing a ‘wise statesman’ vis-à-vis Western counterparts; and a suspicious tyrant to his subordinates.
Destroy the very structure of a civilization that has been slowly and painfully built up through hundreds of generations. 32 Such sentiments might amount to nothing more than the morosely grandiloquent ruminations of a man about to vacate the White House and worried about his place in history (‘I prevented the destruction of the world during my watch’). But in fact, Truman was issuing a warning, and not for the ﬁrst time. On 7 October 1945, in apparently spontaneous remarks, Truman announced that ‘we can't stand another global war.
Cold War Statesmen Confront the Bomb: Nuclear Diplomacy since 1945