The Nuclear Weapons Freeze and Arms Control
This conference had its origins in the divergence that was clearly taking place in 1982 between the traditional arms control community and the freeze movement. The conference brought together freeze proponents, arms control specialists, government officials, and public interest group leaders in the hope that some differences could be resolved, the essential issues identified, and an agenda of work formulated. The proceedings were subsequently published.
- The Nuclear Weapons Freeze and Arms Control, Proceedings of a Symposium held at the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, January 13-15, 1983. (out of print)
- PROJECT DATE: 1982-1983
- PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: Paul Doty (Harvard University)
- SOURCES OF FUNDING: W. Alton Jones Foundation, Ploughshares Fund, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Rockefeller Family Fund, Mortimer Zuckerman
- COLLABORATING ORGANIZATION: Center for Science and International Affairs at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University