Why might nations want to retain or develop an arsenal of nuclear biological and chemical weapons?
the dodgy ones
Why do you think most nations today have agreed to ban the use of poison gas and other chemical and biological weapons?
Developed nations are the ones with technology, proper healthcare, good education (high literacy rate), and high life expectancies. Developing nations is the exact opposite. Developing nations are sometimes based on agriculture, for developed nations are not. An example of a developed nation would be the United States, and an example of developing nation would be Iraq or Vietnam.
The United Nations was founded to maintain international peace and security, develop friendly relations among nations on equal terms, and encourage international cooperation in solving intractable human problems. The UN was started after WW2 to keep other genocides from occurring like the Holocaust.
How did Roosevelt's program allowed the allied power's to borrow military equipment to use against the Nazis?
As members of the United Nations, Iran and Iraq are bound by the Geneva Conventions which clearly prohibit the use of chemical and biological weapons. Both countries, but Iraq moreso, used these types of horrific weapons during the Iran-Iraq War. In Iraq, they were also used against the indigenous Kurdish population in the north of the country.
The important part of the cold war was the observance of foreign diplomats and the soviet buffer nations that NATO was completely willing to fight to protect the world against communism. Also this gave a rise to the amount of Nuclear Weapons in the US arsenal and Russian arsenal causing modern troubles in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq over fear of weapons of mass destruction
The major benefit of being a United Nations member is aid and assistance in the event that the country is plagued with a major disaster such as a earthquake, tsunami or flood. The second benefit is economic development with access to loans from the World Bank which can be used to develop the country and boost the countryâ??s economy. The United Nations also helps member nations to strengthen their health sectors.
Trevor Findlay has written: 'The use of force in UN peace operations' -- subject(s): Aggression (International law), Peacekeeping forces, Self-defense (International law), United Nations 'Cambodia' -- subject(s): Politics and government, United Nations, United Nations. Transitional Authority in Cambodia 'Southeast Asia, the South Pacific, and the chemical weapons convention' -- subject(s): Defenses, Chemical arms control
from www.un.org: The purposes of the United Nations, as set forth in the Charter, are to maintain international peace and security; to develop friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples; to cooperate in solving international economic, social, cultural and humanitarian problems and in promoting respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms; and to be a centre for harmonizing the actions of nations in attaining these…
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