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Welcome to the Civil Society Review of the Report of the Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission (WMDC). In addition to a comprehensive analysis of the report, this site will provide background information, context, and further resources related to the report and the topics it covers.

The mandate of the WMDC is to investigate ways of reducing the dangers posed by nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological weapons. The WMDC released its report on June 1, 2006 at United Nations headquarters in New York City.

Civil society organizations with expertise in non-proliferation and disarmament released an in-depth analysis in May 2007. Entitled Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security, it is available in both print and online editions.

Additional resources on this site provide independent research and analysis on the history of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons and delivery systems, current developments, and possibilities for controlling and eliminating weapons of mass destruction and terror.
 



Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security?
U.S. Weapons of Terror, the Global Proliferation Crisis, and Paths to Peace

$12 (plus $3 S&H) • 275 pages • soft cover • May 2007

Online Edition Now Available

An Assessment of the Final Report of the
WMD Commission and Its Implications
for U.S. Policy

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a project of the Lawyers' Committee on Nuclear Policy, Western States Legal Foundation,
and Reaching Critical Will of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom,
in partnership with the Arms Control Association
 

we gratefully acknowledge financial support for this project from
the Ploughshares Fund, the Ford Foundation, and the Simons Foundation

Online Edition of Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security Now Available, July 2008

Book Review, Natalie J. Golding, INESAP Information Bulletin 28, April 2008, p. 92

Book Review: Charting a New Course for Change, Frida Berrigan, Disarmament Times, p. 8, Summer 2007

Security Council Called Hypocritical on Nukes, Thalif Deen, Inter Press Service, June 1, 2007

U.S. Launch of Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security and Congressional Briefing, Washington DC, May 31 2007

Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security?, A Civil Society Assessment of the Final Report of the Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission, May 2007

Weapons of Terror: A Response to the Blix Report, John Jay College Center on Terrorism, with John Burroughs, New York, November 17, 2006

Civil Society Responds to Weapons of Terror, Briefing by LCNP, WSLF, RCW, with discussion by Hans Blix, United Nations, New York, October 17, 2006

House Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations, hearing with Hans Blix, Jonathan Granoff and others, Washington DC, September 26, 2006

Reviving Disarmament: An Interview With Hans Blix, Wade Boese, Paul Kerr, and Daryl G. Kimball, Arms Control Today, July/August 2006

Remarks by John Burroughs at the WMDC Panel Discussion, Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Vancouver, Canada, June 28, 2006

Nuclear arms in the hands of any pose a global threat, Jacqueline Cabasso, San Francisco Chronicle, June 22, 2006

This time, let's listen to Blix on WMD, John Burroughs, Chicago Sun-Times, June 17, 2006

Transcript: Arms Control Association Press Briefing with Hans Blix, Robert Einhorn, Jonathan Tucker, and John Burroughs, June 7, 2006

 
 

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