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1999, would be the last time that the UN would attempt to conference up until this day. Although the Conference on Disarmament has yet to meet since the last time in 1999, the UN has continued to effectively monitor their disarmament agreements in multiple different ways. Particularly by continuing to fund the Department for Disarmament Affairs (DDA), a department of the UN strictly dedicated to monitoring and regulating any form of weapons of mass destruction and making sure that chemical weapons are kept out of any country’s hands, by making them illegal. These steps throughout the 80’s 90’s and the 2000’s are more regulated and monitored by the UN than any form of disarmament during the heat of the cold war. During the majority of the cold war from the 40’s to the mid 80’s, the united nations failed to prevent the majority of escalations of the nuclear threat despite having created multiple regulations and
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5 Kulp agreements to deescalate the conflict, ultimately resulting in the large tensions that we are familiar with of the time today.
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6 Kulp Works Cited "Arms Regulation and Disarmament." United Nations , edited by Melissa Sue Hill, 14th ed., Farmington Hills, Gale, 2017, pp. 119-38. World History in Context , u=kutztown&sid=WHIC&xid=95107701. Accessed 29 May 2019. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung . Zeitung für Deutschland. Hrsg. EICK, Jürgen; FACK, Fritz Ullrich; DESCHAMPS, Bruno; FEST, Joachim; REIßMÜLLER, Johann Georg; WELTER, Erich. 04.05.1979, n° 103. Frankfurt/Main: FAZ Verlag GmbH. "Part 4: Arms Control Activities since 1945: The Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty: 1972 to the Present." Encyclopedia of Arms Control and Disarmament , edited by Richard Dean Burns, New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1993. U.S. History in Context , u=kutztown&sid=UHIC&xid=6c739d7f. Accessed 29 May 2019. "Part 4: Arms Control Activities since 1945: From SALT to START: Limiting Strategic Nuclear Weapons." Encyclopedia of Arms Control and Disarmament , edited by Richard Dean Burns, New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1993. U.S. History in Context , u=kutztown&sid=UHIC&xid=9f1c6351. Accessed 29 May 2019.
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