- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict and peace
- Peace and development
Summary report of the proceedings (J. P. Perry Robinson and Ralf Trapp, with Kristina Mårtensson)
The industrial context of chemical warfare (M. L. Burstall)
The chemical industry and chemical-warfare disarmament: cateqorizing chemicals for the purposes of the projected Chemical Weapons Convention (J. P. Perry Robinson)
Appendix. Chemicals relevant to the projected Chemical Weapons Convention that are already subject to export controls in the United States
The Geneval talks on chemical weapons and attitudes displayed there towards the chemical industry (R Trapp)
Appendix 1. Proposals for general principles regarding the verification of compliance with a convention banning chemical weapons
Appendix 2. Proposed procedures to verify, within the framework of an international ban on chemical weapons, certain activities in the civilian chemistry industry
Appendix 3. Areas within the civilian chemical industry which might be subject to verification measures
About the series editor
Julian Perry Robinson, the Series Editor and convenor of the Sipri/Pugwash conference reported here, is a SIPRI Consultant based in England. A chemist and lawyer by training, he was a member of the SIPRI research staff during 1968-71 and has held research appointments at the Harvard University Center for International Affairs, the Free University of Berlin, and the University of Sussex, UK, where he is currently a Senior Fellow of the Science Policy Research Unit. He has served as a consultant to the World Health Organization, the United Nations Secretariat, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the UN Environment Programme. He is a founder member of the International steering committee of the Pugwash Chemical Warfare Study Group.
SIPRI Chemical & Biological Warfare Studies is a series of occasional papers intended primarily for specialists in the field of CBW arms control or for people engaged in other areas of international relations or security affairs whose work could benefit from a deeper understanding of particular CBW matters.
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