All articles in v05n4

  1. From the Editor, Aug-Sep 1989, p.4
  2. Letters, Aug-Sep 1989, p.5
  3. Barry Stevens First there was the bomber gap. Then the missile gap. And next: The Awful Pants Gap of 1990!, Aug-Sep 1989, p.6
  4. Hans Sinn The Germans: Rediscovering Their National Interests, Aug-Sep 1989, p.7
  5. Saul Chernos Trying to Keep a Secret, Aug-Sep 1989, p.8
  6. Mary Boite and Matthew Behrens Resisting the Warmakers, Aug-Sep 1989, p.9
  7. Randall Forsberg Randall Forsberg discusses her work and the current international situation, Aug-Sep 1989, p.10
  8. David Schulze McGill's Military Research Enlisted in U.S. Air Force Program, Aug-Sep 1989, p.12
  9. Malcolm Spaven Goose Bay: Canada's Best Arms Control Opportunity, Aug-Sep 1989, p.13
  10. Elizabeth Penashue and Rose Gregoire Nitassinan: Our Land, Our Struggle, Aug-Sep 1989, p.14
  11. Metta Spencer (interviewer); Gene Sharp and Mubarak Awad (interviewees) Killing the Pig to Frighten the Monkey, Aug-Sep 1989, p.16
  12. Cesar A. Chelala, M.D. Medicine and War in Central America, Aug-Sep 1989, p.21
  13. John Bacher (reviewer) Across the Berlin Wall, Aug-Sep 1989, p.22
  14. Disarmament Campaigns Disarmament Campaigns, Aug-Sep 1989, p.23
  15. Elaine Brière The War in East Timor, Aug-Sep 1989, p.24
  16. Christine Peringer, Saul Chernos, John Bacher, Karen Ridd Newsworthy, Aug-Sep 1989, p.25
  17. Deborah Ferens, Donald Craig Notes, Aug-Sep 1989, p.27
  18. Dick Holland (reviewer) Peacemaking with Young People, Aug-Sep 1989, p.28
  19. Alvin M Schrader Libraries and Peace, Aug-Sep 1989, p.28
  20. Marianne Craig United Nations of the People?, Aug-Sep 1989, p.29
  21. John McMurtry This is War!, Aug-Sep 1989, p.30

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