Scientific Cooperation, State Conflict : The Roles of Scientists in Mitigating International Discord

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Edition: 1st
Format: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 1999-01-01
Publisher(s): New York Academy of Sciences
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Table of Contents

Foreword vii
Rodney W. Nichols
Allison L. C. De Cerreno
Preface xi
Alexander Keynan
Part I: Introduction
The Political Impact of Scientific Cooperation on Nations in Conflict: An Overview
1(54)
Alexander Keynan
Part II: Cases
Scientific Cooperation as a Bridge Across the Cold War Divide: The Case of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)
55(29)
Alan McDonald
The Role of Seismologists in Debates over the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
84(30)
Gregory E. Van Der Vink
The Role of Scientists in Normalizing U.S.--China Relations: 1965-1979
114(23)
Kathlin Smith
Scientific Cooperation and Conflict Management in U.S.--China Relations from 1978 to the Present
137(28)
Richard P. Suttmeier
Nuclear Cooperation in South America: The Role of Scientists in the Argentine-Brazilian Rapprochement
165(17)
Paulo S. Wrobel
John R. Redick
Part III: Reflections
Scientific Cooperation in Agriculture and Medical Research as a Means for Normalizing Relations between Egypt and Israel
182(18)
Alexander Keynan
Dany Shoham
The Influence of Palestinian-Israeli Academic Encounters on the Peace Process
200(15)
Dany Shoham
The Role of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Normalizing Israeli-German Relations
215(9)
Hanan Bar-On
The Impact of Pugwash on the Debates over Chemical and Biological Weapons
224(29)
J.P. Perry Robinson
Part IV: Thoughts and Commentary
International Conflicts over Environment: Scientists' Roles and Opportunities
253(6)
Jesse H. Ausubel
Responses The Scientist's Role in Conflict Prevention
The Means Through which Scientists Can Contribute to Conflict Prevention
259(1)
Alexander Keynan
Scientists' Social Responsibility
260(1)
Jean-Jacques Salomon
Science and the State
260(1)
Fareed Zakaria
Reports on the Breakout Sessions
Seismology and the CTBT Negotiations
261(1)
Susan Raymond
Response to the CTBT Discussion
262(1)
Wolfgang P. Panofsky
IIASA and Building Brides
262(1)
Klaus L. Gottstein
South American Nuclear Cooperation
263(1)
Allison L. C. De Cerreno
China--U.S. Cooperation
264(1)
John Temple Swing
Palestinian-Israeli Cooperation
265(1)
Sam Lewis
Israeli-Egyptian Cooperation
265(1)
Robert B. Abel
Response to the Discussion on Arab--Israeli Cooperation
266(2)
Mahmoud M. Mahfouz
Cross-Cutting Issues and Lessons Learned
268(13)
Alexander Keynan
Index of Contributors 281

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