Total disarmament

Total disarmament is the elimination of the means of making war, whether imposed by a military victor; undertaken as a unilateral initiative for moral reason or to set an example; or agreed to as a result of intergovernmental negotiations on a bilateral or multilateral basis.
Just as it is impossible to stop the innovation, production and deployment of all military technology in advanced industrial states, so it is impossible to eliminate independent armed forces, short of establishing an effective world government. The appeals for total disarmament are statement of aspirations with very little relevance in the real world. Arms control, on the other hand, is demonstrably feasible in the existing system of nation states.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems