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Vol.35, No.2: Apr-Jun 2019

The Soviet Union deployed hundreds of mobile, SS-20 intermediate force missile launchers in the 1980s—with three nuclear warheads on each missile and reloads for each launcher. The illustration is from Soviet Military Power 1985, a publication of the US Defense Intelligence Agency.

After the INF Treaty?

Peace editor Metta Spencer talks nuclear disarmament with Sergey Rogov, academic director of the USA-Canada Institute in Moscow; Theodore A. Postol, emeritus professor of science and technology at MIT; and Douglas Roche, former Canadian senator and ambassador for disarmament. Read more here or watch it on video here. COMMENT

Also in this issue

North Korea: Isolation or Engagement?
Dialogue is better than confrontation. The Hon. Lois Wilson recommends that Canada step up to the plate and work on normalizing relations with North Korea. COMMENT

Canada’s Main Peace Man: The Hon. Douglas Roche O.C.
A profile of Douglas Roche, who is about to be awarded the Sean MacBride Peace Prize, by Edmonton writer Sheila Pratt. COMMENT

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