Arms Control and the Anglo-German Naval Race before World War I: Lessons for Today?
John H. Maurer looks at the failure of Great Britain and imperial Germany to reach a naval arms control agreement before World War I. He concludes that Britain and Germany could only have reached an agreement to curtail their naval competition by first resolving the underlying political and security conflicts-- a reality that still exists for other nations and other arms control agreements.
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