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When Scientists Testify

October 01, 1964

It was a warm afternoon in June 1963; the Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences was listening to a distinguished American scientist's testimony on the merits of our space program.

Getting R & D Out of Orbit

October 01, 1964

The concentration of federal Research and Development in defense and space activities, contrary to popular belief, does not act as a stimulant to economic growth and does not cffectively provide work for unemployed people and resources.

Weltsicherheict ohne Abrustung?

September 01, 1964

Der gradualisms, die MLF und die Ruckkehr zur Machte-Politik.

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On Self-Encapsulating Conflicts

September 01, 1964

The advocate of general and complete disarmament can find little support for their stand in human history, political science, or contemporary international relations.

Anatomy of an Incident

July 01, 1964

The familiar voice of the WQXR radio announcer opened the 8 a.m. news on January 30, 1964, with a statement that the United States was charging that Soviet aircraft had brutally shot down an unarmed American jet training plane over East Germany on January 29, causing the death of three officers.

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International Stratification and Underdeveloped Countries

July 01, 1964

American Journal of Sociology LXX, No. 4 (July 1964), pp. 114-115. (Gustavo Lagos, International Stratification and Underdeveloped Countries.)

Nuclear Ambush

May 01, 1964

“Nuclear Ambush,” Teachers College Record 65, No. 8 (May 1964), pp. 721-723. (E.H. Voss, Nuclear Ambush: The Test-Ban Trap.)

Beyond the Arms Race

April 01, 1964

Despite the current detente, the arms spiral continues upward and some policy-makers are now suggesting that "enough is enough."

Neutrality and Vietnam

March 16, 1964

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara's latest swing through South Vietnam could, at least temporarily, help boost the stock of General Nguyen Khanh's regime.

Atlantic Union, the Southern Continents, and the United Nations

January 01, 1964

 “Atlantic Union, the Southern Continents, and the United Nations,” in Roger Fisher (ed.), International Conflict and Behavioral Science (New York: Basic Books, 1964), pp. 179-207.

Democracy’s Future in Latin America

November 25, 1963

“Democracy’s Future in Latin America” The New Leader, Vol. XLVI, No. 24 (November 25, 1963), pp. 13-16.

U.S. & Europe, Limited

November 01, 1963

“U.S. & Europe, Limited” Columbia University Forum, Vol. VI, No. 1 (Winter 1963), pp. 4-9.

Gradual Arms Reduction

October 01, 1963

“Gradual Arms Reduction” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Vol. XIX, No. 8 (October 1963), pp. 30-33.

European Unification: A Strategy of Change

October 01, 1963

The success of the European Economic Community often has been hailed as the most important development of international relations in the West in the last century.  

A Grand Design?

June 01, 1963

“A Grand Design?” Journal of Conflict Resolution 7, No. 2 (June 1963), pp. 155-163. (Joseph Kraft, The Grand Design; Walter Lippmann, Western Unity and the Common Market.)