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- noun The process of
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- noun the act of arming again
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After the war, Gen. Richardson was an Air Force planner for NATO and took part in German rearmament negotiations.
The balance will continue to shift as Western rearmament is achieved.
Have we clear political aims to justify our great effort in rearmament?
And to make the defense of the West hinge upon German rearmament is to misconceive the dimensions of the problem.
Therefore, rearmament is the foundation of and an inseparable condition of any foreign policy a British Government can follow.
I would like to say rearmament is not a policy in itself but it is the inseparable condition, in my opinion, of any foreign policy.
That is because of this thing called a rearmament programme.
And then this week, the current Kremlin incumbent, Dmitry Medvedev, goes and announces that he's "rearming" Russia, using the very word - "rearmament" - that Europe fretted over and feared all through its short 20-year peace between the first and second world wars.
While leaders in Beijing remain vigilant against Japanese "rearmament," their rhetoric is part of an orchestrated strategy to overtake Japan as the region's pre-eminent power.
A central bank always imposes a tremendous burden on the nation for "rearmament" and "defense", in order to create inextinguishable debt, simultaneously creating a military dictatorship and enslaving the people to pay the "interest" on the debt which the bankers have artificially created.
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