30 March 1984 New Technologies And International Cooperation
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Technologies currently hold a predominant position in national and international politics. They are the object of an important investment effort and of a voluntary management. They appear today as one of the fundamental component of any strategy capable of furthering the mastery of the future of our countries. The complexity of the system which will be implemented on the basis of these technologies, particularly of the communication system , does not prevent the risk of enslavement of one country by another.Therefore, in the long run, there is a risk of a destabilisation of the world system. Only a strategy of international cooperation on new technologies and their implications can truly prevent such a risk. France has affirmed its willigness to cooperate with the countries joined at the summit of Versailles and has affirmed its desire to encourage the growth of individual cultures including those of the Southern countries.
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J . P. R. Letouzey, "New Technologies And International Cooperation", Proc. SPIE 0403, Optical Fibers in Broadband Networks, Instrumentation, and Urban and Industrial Environments, (30 March 1984); doi: 10.1117/12.935574; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.935574
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