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An uncommon peace: environment, development, and the global security agenda

In 1988, nuclear war was undoubtedly the gravest threat facing the environment, according to Our Common Future, commonly known as the Brundtland report.1 The possible environmental consequences of thermonuclear war radioactive contamination, nuclear winter, and genetic mutations were widely feared during the Cold War, especially by citizens of the United States and Soviet Union, which the report called prisoners of their own arms race...

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Author(s)Geoffrey D. Dabelko
PublisherEnvironment Magazine
Place published
Date / Journal Vol No.June 2009
Pages32-45
 
 

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