Swarthmore College Peace Collection


Stanley Foundation Collected Records, 1969-

Collection: CDG-A


Contact Information
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue
Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399
U.S.A.
Telephone: 610-328-8557 (curator)
Fax: 610-690-5728
Email: wchmiel@swarthmore.edu (curator)
URL: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers/records.
Creator
Staff persons at The Stanley Foundation
Title
Stanley Foundation Collected Records
Inclusive Dates
1969-
Call Number
CDG-A

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
2.5 linear feet [papers only]

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
None
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Acquired through yearly mailings
Processing Information
Processed by Anne Yoder, April 2007
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Stanley Foundation Collected Records (CDG-A), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law
Extent
According to its web site in 2007, the Stanley Foundation "is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, private operating foundation. Foundation programming is focused on promoting and building support for principled multilateralism in addressing international issues". It's vision is to "secure peace with freedom and justice, built on world citizenship and effective global governance". The Foundation's mission is to promote " public understanding, constructive dialogue, and cooperative action on critical international issues. Our work recognizes the essential roles of both the policy community and the broader public in building sustainable peace."

Online Catalog Headings
These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online library/archival catalogs.
See tripod record


Historical Background
According to its web site in 2007, the Stanley Foundation "is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, private operating foundation. Foundation programming is focused on promoting and building support for principled multilateralism in addressing international issues". It's vision is to "secure peace with freedom and justice, built on world citizenship and effective global governance". The Foundation's mission is to promote " public understanding, constructive dialogue, and cooperative action on critical international issues. Our work recognizes the essential roles of both the policy community and the broader public in building sustainable peace."

Collection Overview
This collection is made up entirely of published material from the Foundation, received through their mailings throughout the years since 1969. The material is arranged as follows: history/purpose; general/miscellaneous; radio series; literature; and, conferences.





Detailed Description of the Collection

Box 1 (1/2 box)
History/Purpose
History; goals

General/Miscellaneous
General/Miscellaneous
Radio Series
Common Ground Radio Series On World Affairs
Literature
Literature: resource lists
Literature: booklet “National Disarmament Mechanisms: A Research Study of The Stanley Foundation” by Larry M. Ross & John R. Redick, 1980 (July)
Literature: booklet “Ballistic Missile Defense and Northeast Asian Security: Views From Washington, Beijing, and Tokyo,” 2001 (April)
Literature: booklet “U.N. On the Ground: A Project of The Stanley Foundation,” ca. 2003

Box 2
Literature (continued)
Literature: booklet “Capturing the 21st Century Security Agenda: Prospects For Collective Response,” 2004
Literature: booklet "Beyond Fear: America's Role in an Uncertain World," 2007
Literature: booklet "The United States, Pivotal Powers, and the New Global Reality: A Report of the Stanley Foundation Working Group on Major Powers," 2008
Literature: Pamphlet Series
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #1 “Environmental Management By the United Nations” by C. Maxwell Stanley, 1972
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #2 “Security Through Mutual Vulnerability” by Gene R. La Rocque, 1973
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #3 “The Imperative United Nations” by Donald F. Keys, 1973
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #4 “Peace In the Near East: The Palestinian Imperative” by Joseph D. Ben-Dak & George E. Assousa, 1974
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #5 “The United Nations and the World Population Conference 1974” by Antonia Carrillo-Flores, 1974
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #6 “Southeast Asia Neutralization: The Time Is Now” by C. Maxwell Stanley, 1974 [photocopy only]
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #7 “Perspective On the Review Conference” by Mason Willrich, 1975
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #8 “Criteria For An Effective International Organization: The Case of ECLA” by J. David Edwards, 1975
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #9 “Retrospective On the NPT Review Conference: Proposals For the Future” by William Epstein, 1975
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #10 “The Final Acceptance of International Conventions” by Jose Maria Ruda, 1976
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #11 “International Cooperation In Outer Space” by Peter Jankowitsch, 1976
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #12 “The Arms Race, Secret Negotiations and the Congress” by Lawrence D. Weiler, 1976
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #13 “A Feasibility Study of World Government” by Theodore Caplow, 1977
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #14 “A Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone In Africa” by William Epstein / “Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones: The South Pacific Proposal” by Roderic Alley, 1977
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #15 “A Proposal To Solve the Arab-Israeli Conflict” by Tom Travis, 1978
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #16 “Science, Technology, and the Global Equity Crisis: New Directions For United States Policy” by Ward Morehouse, 1978
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #17 “International Stability and North-South Relations” by Lincoln Gordon, 1978
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #18 “Can Space Remain a Peaceful Environment” by Herbert Scoville Jr. & Kosta Tsipis, 1978
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #19 “The Latin American Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone” by Alfonso Garcia Robles, 1979
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #20 “Multinational Institutions and Nonproliferation: A New Look” by Myron B. Kratzer, 1979
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #21 “The Congressional Foreign Policy Role” by Clifford P. Hackett, 1979
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #22 “Chinese Policies Toward Limiting Nuclear Weapons” by Amos Yoder, 1980
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #23 “The International Nonproliferation Regime” by Joseph S. Nye, 1980
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #24 “A New International Diplomatic Order” by Tom Boudreau, 1980
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #25 “Implications of Space Technology for Strategic Nuclear Competition” by Thomas H. Karas, 1981
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #26 “National Security and U.S.-Soviet Relations” by Walter C. Clemens Jr., 1981
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #26 “National Security and U.S.-Soviet Relations” by Walter C. Clemens Jr., 1982 [revised edition]
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #27 “Confronting the World Food Crisis” by Charles J. Stevens, 1981
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #28 “U.S. Trade With the Third World: The American Stake” by John A. Mathieson, 1982
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #29 “Radiological Weapons Control: A Soviet and U.S. Perspective” by Victor L. Issraelyan & Charles C. Flowerree, 1982
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #30 “Resource Optimization and World Peace” by Arthur H. Purcell, 1982
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #31 “Multilateral Disarmament: Conspiracy For Common Sense” by C. Maxwell Stanley, 1982

Box 3
Literature: Pamphlet Series (continued)
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #32 “Myths and Realities: U.S. Nuclear Strategy” by Louis René Beres, 1982
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #33 “Soviet Security In Flux” by Nish Jamgotch Jr., 1983
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #34 “Dealing With International Crises: Lessons From Zimbabwe” by Jeffrey Davidow, 1983
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #35 “U.S. Interests and Global Environment” by Lynton K. Caldwell, 1985
Literature: Occasional Paper pamphlet series #36 “Arms Control and the Strategic Defense Initiative: Three Perspectives” by Jerry F. Hough, Stanley R. Sloan, Paul C. Warnke & David Linebaugh, 1985
Literature: Policy Paper pamphlet series #37 "U.S. Policy Paper Toward the Philippines After Marcos” by Richard J. Kessler, 1986 [continuing the Occasional Paper series]
Literature: Policy Paper pamphlet series #38 “Khomeini, the Future, and U.S. Options” by Richard W. Cottam, 1987
Conferences
Conferences: miscellaneous
“Conference On Ocean Management,” Airlie House, Warrenton (Virginia), January 25-27, 1974
“Conference On the NPT and World Security,” Airlie House, Warrenton (Virginia), January 31 - February 1, 1975
“Public Opinion and Disarmament Priorities: Second Conference,” Sheraton International Conference Center, Reston (Virginia), February 3-5, 1983
“Bringing Beijing Back: Local Actions and Global Strategies,” Davenport Iowa), November 10-12, 1995
“U.S.-European Policies In the Persian Gulf: Time For Precrisis Management,” Airlie House, Warrenton (Virginia), September 25-27, 1998 (co-sponsored by The Royal Institute of International Affairs)
Conferences re: Strategy for Peace
“Conference to Plan a Strategy for Peace” #2-5, 1960-1964
“Conference to Plan a Strategy for Peace” #6-9, 1965-1968
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #10-13, 1969-1972
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #14-17, 1973-1976

Box 4
Conferences re: Strategy for Peace (continued)
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #18-23, 1977-1982
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #24-28, 1983-1987

Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #29, 1988 -- report “Soviet Integration Into the World Economy”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #29, 1988 -- report “ Central America: Where Do We Go From Here?”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #29, 1988 -- report “Indochina Policy For the Next Administration”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #32, 1991 -- report “Changing Realities in the Horn of Africa: Implications For Africa and U.S. Policy”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #32, 1991 -- report “Deadlock Over China Policy: Is a New Consensus Possible?”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #32, 1991 -- report “Redefining Arms Control in U.S. Foreign Policy”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #32, 1991 -- report “U.S. Policy Toward a Post-Socialist USSR”
Conference “Strategy For Peace” #34, 1993 -- report “Shaping American Global Policy: The Growing Impact of Societal Relations”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #35, 1994 -- report “Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy: Who Controls the Agenda?”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #35, 1994 -- report “Nuclear Nonproliferation: First-Tier Priority In U.S. Foreign Policy?”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #35, 1994 -- report “Shaping a New Relationship: Russia and the U.S. Private Sector”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #36, 1995 -- report “The Future of U.S. Persian Gulf Policy”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #36, 1995 -- report “Reshaping America: Blurring Boundaries Between Mexico and the United States”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #36, 1995 -- report “The United States and Cuba: Where Do We Go From Here?”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #37, 1996 -- report “Human Rights: Bridging the Communities”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #37, 1996 -- report “The Persian Gulf: Challenges For a New Administration”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #37, 1996 -- report “Rebuilding Russia: The Next Phase”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #37, 1996 -- report of remarks by Richard H. Stanley “The United States As a World Leader”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #37, 1996 -- report “Weapons of Mass Destruction: Are the Nonproliferation Regimes Falling Behind?”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #38, 1997 -- report “Accountability and Judicial Response: Building Mechanisms For Post-Conflict Justice”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #38, 1997 -- report “Building Multilateral Cooperation In the Americas: A New Direction For U.S. Policy”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #38, 1997 -- report of remarks by Richard H. Stanley “Human Rights In a New Era”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #38, 1997 -- report “The Pros and Cons of NATO Expansion: Defining U.S. Goals and Options”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #38, 1997 -- report “U.S. Sanctions Policy: Balancing Principles and Interests”
Conference: “Strategy For Peace” #40, 1999 -- report

Box 5
Conferences re: the United Nations
“Conference on Organization and Procedures of the United Nations” #1, 1970
“Conference on Organization and Procedures of the United Nations” #2, 1971
“Conference on United Nations Procedures” #3-4, 1972-1973; #6-10, 1975-1979; #12-13, 1981-1982
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #4, Quebec ( Canada), 1969
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #6, Sinaia ( Romania), 1971
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #7, South Egremont (Massachusetts), 1972 -- report “Ocean Management and World Order”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #8, Amalfi ( Italy), 1973 -- report “Peace and Security: New Opportunities”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #9, Vail (Colorado), 1974 -- report “Decision-Making Processes of the United Nations”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #10, Baden Bei Wien (Austria), 1975 -- report “Coordination of the Economic and Social Activities of the United Nations”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #11, Charlottesville (Virginia), 1976 -- report “Managing Interdependence”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #12, San Juan del Rio (Mexico), 1977 -- report “Multilateral Disarmament and the Special Session”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #13, Iowa City Iowa), 1978 -- report “Cooperation or Confrontation in Outer Space”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #14, Porvoo ( Finland), 1979 -- report “International Development Strategy”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #15, Woodstock (Vermont), 1980 -- report “The United Nations and Energy Management”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #16, Warwick (Bermuda), 1981 -- report “The Multilateral Disarmament Process”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #17, Cooperstown (New York), 1982 -- report “Maintaining Peace in Outer Space”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #18, Burgenstock (Switzerland), 1983 -- report “The United Nations: Peace and Security”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #19, Cape Cod (Massachusetts), 1984 -- report “Peace and Security: The United Nations and National Interests”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #20, Burgenstock (Switzerland), 1985 -- report “Rethinking the North-South Relationship”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #21, Quebec ( Canada), 1986 -- report “The United Nations: Mission and Management”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #22, Chatham (Massachusetts), 1987 -- report “The United Nations and the Future of Internationalism”

Box 6
Conferences re: the United Nations (continued)
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #23, Brioni (Yugoslavia), 1988 -- report “International Agenda for the 1990s”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #24, Hamilton Parish (Bermuda), 1989 -- report “Environmental Problems: A Global Threat”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #25, Vail (Colorado), 1990 -- report “Beyond Cold War Thinking: Security Threats and Opportunities”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #26, Adare Manor (Ireland), 1991 -- report “Collective Security and the United Nations: An Old Promise in a New Era”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #27, Mackinac Island (Michigan), 1992 -- report “Changing Concepts of Sovereignty: Can the United Nations Keep Pace?”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #28, Salzburg (Austria), 1993 -- report “The U.N. Role in Intervention: Where Do We Go From Here?”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #29, Santa Fe (New Mexico), 1994 -- report “State of the United Nations: Decline or Regeneration in the Next Fifty Years”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #30, Alexandria (Scotland), 1995 -- report “Making Peace With the Future: The United Nations and World Security”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #31, Gleneden Beach (OR), 1996 -- report “The United Nations and the Twenty-First Century: The Imperative For Change”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #32, Vitznau (Switerland), 1997 -- report “Beyond Reform: The United Nations in a New Era”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #33, Stowe (Vermont), 1998 -- report “Getting Down to Cases: Enforcing Security Council Resolutions”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #34, Adare, County Limerick (Ireland), 1999 -- report “Global Governance: Defining the United Nations’ Leadership Role”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #37, Carmel (California), 2002 -- report “Laying a Durable Foundation for Post-Conflict Societies”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #38, Loch Lomond (Scotland), 2003 -- report “Who Rebuilds After Conflict?”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #40, Vitznau (Switerland), 2005 -- report “Toward ‘Larger Freedom’”
“Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade” #41, Sedona (Arizona), 2006 -- report “Nuclear Weapons, Energy, and Nonproliferation: Pressures on the Global Community”
"Conference on the United Nations of the Next Decade" #42, St. Michaels (Maryland, USA), 2007 -- report "Implementation of the U.N. Global Counterterrorism Strategy"
“United Nations Issues Conference” #15, 1984 -- report “International Information Policy”
“United Nations Issues Conference” #16, 1985 -- report “The North-South Negotiating Process”
“United Nations Issues Conference” #17, 1986 -- report “U.N. Budgetary and Financial Impasse”
“United Nations Issues Conference” #18, 1987 -- report “Administrative and Budgetary Reform of the United Nations”
“United Nations Issues Conference” #19, 1988 -- report “Science and Technology For Development”
“United Nations Issues Conference” #27, 1996 -- report “The Role of the United Nations In Eliminating Weapons of Mass Destruction”
“United Nations Issues Conference” #29, 1998 -- report “The U.N. Security Council and the International Criminal Court: How Should They Relate?”
“United Nations Issues Conference” #30, 1999 -- report “The United Nations and Civil Society: The Role of NGOs”

Box 7
Vantage Conferences
“Vantage Conference,” Washington (DC), March 1973 -- report “Southeast Asia: Post Vietnam”
“Vantage Conference,” Washington (DC), September 1973 -- report “Southeast Asian Peace and Security”
“Vantage Conference,” Washington (DC), September 1974 -- report “Conference on the Inter-American System and World Order”
“Vantage Conference,” New York (New York), September 1974 -- report “Mini-States and the United Nations”
“Vantage Conference,” Warrenton (Virginia), October1975 -- report “Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones”
“Vantage Conference,” Charlottesville (Virginia), Dec. 1975 -- report “U.S. Nuclear Policy and Latin America”
“Vantage Conference,” St. John’s, Antigua (West Indies), 1978 -- report “Conference on Energy and Nuclear Security in Latin America”
“Vantage Conference,” Vienna (Austria), 1980 -- report “Nonproliferation: 1980s”
“Vantage Conference,” Cooperstown (New York), 1984 -- report “The United States and the Future of the Nonproliferation Regime”
“Vantage Conference,” Mohonk Mountain House (New York), 1985 -- report “The United Nations’ Impact on International Relations”
“Vantage Conference,” Queenstown (Maryland), May 1986 -- report “Redefining Arms Control”
“Vantage Conference,” Berkeley Springs (West Virginia), September 1986 -- report “U.S. Policy and Radical Regimes”
“Vantage Conference,” Queenstown (Maryland), 1988 -- report “U.S. Policy in the Persian Gulf: The Next Four Years”
“Vantage Conference,” Queenstown (Maryland), 1989 -- report “U.S. Policy in the Persian Gulf: New Beginnings”
“Vantage Conference,” Queenstown (Maryland), 1990 -- report “The Superpowers and the Challenge of Peace in the Middle East”
“Vantage Conference,” Queenstown (Maryland), 1991 -- report “Change and Stability in the Middle East: How Do We Get There From Here?” (sponsored in association with The Mershon Center, Ohio State University)
“Vantage Conference,” Queenstown (Maryland), 1995 -- report “U.S.-U.N. Relations”
“Vantage Conference,” Queenstown (Maryland), 1997 -- report “Post-Conflict Justice: The Role of the International Community”
Conferences re: Global Dialogue
“New American Global Dialogue Conference,” Winston-Salem (North Carolina), October1994 -- report “Latinos, Global Change, and American Foreign Policy” (sponsored in collaboration with The Tomás Rivera Center)
“New American Global Dialogue Conference,” Warrenton (Virginia), October1994 -- report “The Changing Face of American Foreign Policy: The New Role of State and Local Actors”
“New American Global Dialogue Conference,” Santa Fe (New Mexico), May 1995 -- report “Shaping American Foreign Relations: The Critical Role of the Southwest” (sponsored in collaboration with The Tomás Rivera Center & the Council on Foreign Relations)
“New American Global Dialogue Conference,” Warrenton (Virginia), October1995 -- report “American Relations With China and India: The Growing Impact of Politics and Society on Foreign Policy”
“New American Global Dialogue Conference,” Seabrook Island (South Carolina), April 1996 -- report “Shaping American Foreign Relations: The Critical Role of the Southeast”
“New American Global Dialogue Conference,” Owatonna (Minnesota), September 1996 -- report “The Impact of Globalization: Shaping the Twin Cities Response”
 



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