Excerpts from the 1985 statement of the Pugwash Council

November 1985
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Nov1985, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p45
Presents excerpts from the 1985 statement of the Pugwash Council on sustainable peace. Reversal of the nuclear arms race; Improvement of the management of East-West relations; Problems innate in conditions in the South and in North-South interactions; List of recommended solutions to the aforementioned problems.


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