Stopping underground testing

On the merits of the case, Canada should once again take a leading role in favour of stopping underground testing. The very least it should do is to join forces wiith the neutral and non-aligned countries in calling for:

  1. The immediate resumption of the three power negotiations for a comprehensive test ban treaty;

  2. A mutual unilateral or agreed moratorium on testing pending the negotiation of a treaty;

  3. The creation of a working group at the Geneva conference on disarmament to begin discussing the details of a treaty to help three-power negotiations and speeding up the conclusion of a treaty.

— William Epstein

0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

SfP Bulletin archive

SfP Bulletin February 2017 The President’s Corner: Science for Peace as a Foreign Language Metta Spencer Report of the Working Group on Global Governance Helmut Burkhardt Report of the Working Group o

Report of the Working Group on Global Governance

(2016-09-17) Members: Helmut Burkhardt (chair), Norman Dyson, Rose Dyson, Brydon Gombay, Julia Morton-Marr, Tom Simunovic, Peter Venton, Adnan Zuberi Mandate: We believe good global governance is mean

Working Groups

Internships

Contact

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn

University College · 355-15 King’s College Circle · Toronto, Ontario, Canada · M5S 3H7