Stephen Salaff, “Better Trade with Russia”, Policy Options, May, 1987. “Redressing our trade imbalance with the USSR would yield present and future economic benefits as well as more international harmony.”
William Epstein, a reprint from Disarmament Times, May, 1987: “A Total Test Ban is an Indispensible First Step”.
Materials for exhibits such as A-Bomb artifacts, photo panels, posters,film and video tapes, etc., are available for “A-Bomb Exhibitions” free except for packing and shipping charges. For information write one of these addresses:
Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation 1-2 Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730, Japan
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum 1-3 Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima 730, Japan.
Books and papers donated to and collected by the national office are now stored in Room 50, University College, Anatol Rapoport’s office. They are available for use by SfP members and students of the peace and-. conflict studies program.
N.I. Lapin and V.N. Sadovskii,“Soviet-American Scientific Discussions on the Methodology, Theory and Practice of Systems Research”, Soviet Studies in Philosophy, Winter 1986-87. M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 80 Business Park Drive, Armonk, N.Y. 16504, USA. A report on the 34th annual conference of the Society for General Systems Research and a Soviet-American symposium on the foundations of cybernetics and systems theory.
Report of the Committee of Soviet Scientists for Peace, Against the Nuclear Threat, The Large-Scale Anti-Missile System and International Security, Moscow, 1986 (in English). Write the Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, USSR.
Call for papers
A new quarterly political science journal is scheduled to appear in January 1989: The Journal of Vol. 7, No. 7, September, 1987
Theoretical Politics will be the official publication of IPSA ‘s Committee on Conceptual and Terminological Analysis (COCTA) and its study group on policies,institutions, performance and evaluation (PIPE). To be published by SAGE Publications, 28 Banner St., London, EClY 8QE. Anatol Rapoport is on the editorial board.
Eric Fawcett will represent SfP at the Global Challenges Network — Int’l Science & Technology Study Group Conference in Munich, Germany July 17-19. Sept. 1-6 will find him at the Quincennial Conference of Pugwash in Austria.
The Bulletin takes. a holiday until September 1, knowing full well that SfP members are doing their bit for peace in deep thought or in busy conferences