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Disarmament Diplomacy

Issue No. 73
October - November 2003


Executive Editor: Rebecca Johnson
Editor: Sean Howard
Research Associates: Nicola Butler and Stephen Pullinger
Production and Editorial Assistants: Heather Campbell and Lorna Richardson
Cover Design: Paul Aston

Many have lost dear friends in these recent times. In particular, we extend our deepest condolences to those bereaved and injured by the bombing of the United Nations in Baghdad. The brutal murder of Anna Lindh has also come as a great shock and we send our sincere sympathy to her family, colleagues and friends. As Foreign Minister of Sweden, Anna Lindh proved to be an open, passionate and hugely admired champion of disarmament, human rights and the search for a just and peaceful world order, and for her to be cut down in the prime of her life is a tragic loss, not only for Sweden, but for the world.

Disarmament Diplomacy publishes articles to stimulate debate on topical disarmament and arms control issues. No individual article in the journal or website should be construed as representing the views of the Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy or its Board.

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