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33. lappuse - Progress in disarmament should be accompanied by measures to strengthen institutions for maintaining peace and the settlement of international disputes by peaceful means.
17. lappuse - Today every inhabitant of this planet must contemplate the day when this planet may no longer be habitable. Every man, woman, and child lives under a nuclear sword of Damocles, hanging by the slenderest of threads, capable of being cut at any moment by accident or miscalculation, or by madness * * *. The risks inherent in disarmament pale in comparison to the risk inherent in an unlimited arms race.
33. lappuse - The goal of negotiations is to achieve agreement on a programme which will ensure: (a) That disarmament is general and complete and war is no longer an instrument for settling international problems, and (b) That such disarmament is accompanied by the establishment of reliable procedures for the peaceful settlement of disputes and effective arrangements for the maintenance of peace in accordance with the principles of the Charter of the United Nations.
31. lappuse - ... in the long run, the only real security in this age of nuclear peril rests not in armament but in disarmament. But I am equally certain that they would insist on our testing once that is deemed necessary to protect free world security.
18. lappuse - ... together. One leads to the absence of arms; the other to the presence of adequate machinery for keeping the peace. As we destroy an obsolete institution for the settlement of disputes we must create new institutions for the settlement of disputes and simultaneously. Let me repeat for emphasis. We do not hold the vision of a world without conflict. We do hold the vision of a world without war and this inevitably requires an alternative system for coping with conflict.
20. lappuse - Words must have no relations to actions otherwise what kind of diplomacy is it? Words are one thing, actions another. Good words are a mask for concealment of bad deeds. Sincere diplomacy...
36. lappuse - Bisk of War, charged with the task of examining objectively the technical problems involved. FOUR: The United States proposes that the participants in this conference undertake an urgent search for mutually acceptable methods of guaranteeing the fulfillment of obligations for arms reduction. We shall look with sympathy on any approach which shows promise of leading to progress without sacrificing safety. We must not be diverted from this search by shopworn efforts to equate verification with espionage.
22. lappuse - Such verification should ensure that not only agreed limitations or reductions take place but also that retained armed forces and armaments do not exceed agreed levels at any stage.
45. lappuse - ... man's existence to check the dangers of surprise and accidental attack to reserve outer space for peaceful use and progressively to reduce all armed forces in such a way as ultimately to remove forever all threats and thoughts of war. And of greatest importance to our discussion tonight, we shall, in association with the United Kingdom, present once again our proposals for a separate comprehensive treaty with appropriate arrangements for detection and verification to halt...
47. lappuse - We know enough now about broken negotiations, secret preparations, and the advantages gained from a long test series never to offer again an uninspected moratorium. Some may urge us to try it again, keeping our preparations to test in a constant state of readiness. But in actual practice, particularly in a society of free choice, we cannot keep...