Medact report ‘A safer world – treating Britain’s harmful dependence on nuclear weapons’ has been reviewed in the academic journal Medicine, Conflict and Survival (MCS). The book review is open access and freely available on-line till the end of December 2017.
Medicine, Conflict and Survival is an international journal for all those interested in health aspects of violence and human rights. MCS is the designated journal of Medact and its international partner IPPNW. It was founded in 1985 and was originally published under the title of Medicine and War. It is published quarterly by Routledge.
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