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Programma 2 - 1996


IX AMALDI CONFERENCE
security questions at the end of the twentieth century
Geneva
21-23 November 1996


THURSDAY 21 November - United Nations

1) Opening Session

  • V. Petrovsky: New dimensions of security: "hard" and "soft" aspects
  • G. Salvini: Programme and reasons for this meeting
1a) Nuclear weapons: the future of nuclear weapons
  • J. Stefanowicz: Nuclear deterrence and non-nuclear powers
  • F. Géré: The future of nuclear weapons: the perspective of the smaller nuclear weapons States
  • G. Steinberg: The future of nuclear weapons: the perspective of Israel
  • W. H. K. Panofsky: Beyond START II: Further reductions and possible paths to a nuclear weapons free world

FRIDAY 22 November - CERN

1b) Nuclear weapons: technical and political aspects of nuclear nonproliferation

  • C. Eisenbart: Nuclear nonproliferation
  • L. Koch: Nuclear forensics to detect illegal activities
  • A. Jaumotte and A. Michel: Recycling military plutonium: has real action started at last?
  • A. Schaper: The CTBT issue
  • J. Goldblat:Nonproliferation and NATO expansion
2) Conversion of military R&D laboratories
  • P. Lock: Conversion: the problem of the large research laboratories in Russia
  • U. Farinelli: Recent trends in conversion
  • W. Dunlop: Adjustment of military laboratories in the United States
  • I. Khaltnikov: A brief exposition of the actual situation in the Russian research institutions
3) Conventional Weapons
  • P. C. Terenzio: Transparency in conventional arms transfers
  • R. Voles: The detection of abandoned land mines
  • P. Lock: The role of small weapons in present-day wars
4) Chemical and biological weapons
  • H. Korn: Relations between Biology and Defence
  • T. Stock: National implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention - Requirements and experience
  • J. Freimanis: Weaponry residues as a heritage of World War II and the Soviet occupation on the Latvian land and sea economic zone territories

SATURDAY 23 November - CERN

5) Window session: the role of the United Nations in dealing with global problems

  • J. Delbrück: The role of the United Nations in dealing with global problems
The role of national academies and scientific societies in supplying advice on the nature of global problems and on the available options for coping with them
  • K. Gottstein: Introductory remarks
  • D. Kaljo: Power and science - some examples from Estonia
  • J. Boright: The role of the Inter-Academy Panel on international issues (IAP)
  • M. Caputo: What kind of life will science provide for us?
  • A. Deruyttere: Conflict Impact Assessment
  • H. Grassl: The role of ICSU: Global change research as a prerequisite for the approach to sustainability






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