What Does Modernization Mean? The Arguments Applied
Chapters 2 and 3 have shown how ‘modernization’ means entirely different things to different people.
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- 23.Lynn Davies, ‘Lessons of the INF Treaty’, Foreign Affairs, 66(4) Spring 1988, p. 726.Google Scholar
- 24.Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger and Al Haig criticized the Treaty along these lines. Bernard Rogers, who was Supreme Allied Commander Europe at the time, argued that it would lead to the denuclearization of Europe, The Council for Arms Control Bulletin, 33, July 1987, pp. 2–3.Google Scholar
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