Stability after the War

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THE programme of the United Nations, as broadcast at the end of 1943, may at its briefest be stated thus: the Germans and Japanese are to be defeated and disarmed, and thereafter watched for so long a time as may be necessary by an armed force controlled by the United Nations, who are firmly resolved to remain united.

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    Nature, 135, 830; 136, 1025; 142, 792; and much yet unpublished.

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    "Generalized Foreign Politics", 23 (Camb. Univ. Press, 1939).

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RICHARDSON, L. Stability after the War. Nature 154, 240 (1944) doi:10.1038/154240a0

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