disarmament


disarmament
noun
ADJECTIVE
nuclear

They campaigned for nuclear disarmament.

general, global, international, multilateral

The party supports multilateral disarmament.

unilateral
complete, full, total
peaceful
VERB + DISARMAMENT
demand

a UN resolution that demands the disarmament of the country

support
achieve

He believes in using limited force to achieve disarmament.

DISARMAMENT + NOUN
negotiations, talks
agreement, treaty
process
programme/program (esp. AmE)

a spokesman for the UN-backed disarmament programme/program

issue (esp. AmE)

diplomatic efforts to resolve remaining disarmament issues

obligation

failures to comply with disarmament obligations


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