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the act of arming again

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In this respect, Chapter 6, on rearmament, is both exceptional and representative.
The USSR was awkward about a European Defence Commission, the re-unification and (or) rearmament of Germany, the future of Austria and the Korean War.
In addition to the Turkish contract Radstone's recent fortunes have been boosted by orders resulting from US President Bush's rearmament drive.
He became Labour leader in 1935 only because of internal party divisions over rearmament, and it was an appointment which "All believed would be temporary" (p.
In the pre-war climate of appeasement he opposed Munich and called for rearmament.
Topics include institutional antecedents of the modern military procurement system in the US rearmament program of 1940-41, US capital formation of the 1940s as wartime socialization of investment, the political economy of the Cold War, Congress's role in military procurement, public opinion as a predictor of US defense spending, and profit rates of US defense contractors.
The army reportedly said the force completed its mission successfully, and that such operations would be carried out until a multinational force is in place to prevent Hezbollah's rearmament.
Boosted by orders arising from President Bush's US rearmament drive, the military computers specialist Radstone Technology returned to the dividend list yesterday for the first time since 1995.
Adams does a good job of producing a clear, revised narrative of the main diplomatic events and rearmament efforts.
1 bln by Russia for rearmament and modernization of the army of Kyrgyzstan.
Rearmament during the 1790s, under Franklin Roosevelt during the Second World War, and during Harry Truman's presidency is examined, in addition to military modernization under Theodore Roosevelt, Robert McNamara's centralization of power, the Goldwater-Nichols legislation, and the wars and transformation of the military under George W.
He feared that German rearmament would lead the nations of Europe nearer to war, not further away.
The financial pressures of rearmament, the author points out, forced the state to dismantle the Matignon Accords and to suppress the working class dissent that followed.
The Russian newspaper Kommersant reported that one of purposes of Atambaev's visit to Moscow on November 14-15 is to hold talks about rearmament of the Kyrgyz army.