Herbert Scoville

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Herbert Scoville

Herbert "Pete" Scoville served as the CIA's Assistant Director of Scientific Intelligence and as Deputy Director for Research, and later was Assistant Director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. He has been active with the Institute for Policy Studies since the 1960s in anti-NATO and disarmament projects, and is an advisor to the Center for Defense Information. In January 1978, Scoville participated in the Washington, D.C. meetings of the World Peace Council Bureau.[1]

American Committee on East-West Accord

As at March 10, 1982, Herbert Scoville, former Deputy Director for Research and Assistant Director of Scientific Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, and Assistant Director, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, was a member of the American Committee on East-West Accord. The ACEWA, based in Washington, D.C., was a tax-exempt "independent educational organization", with the stated aim of "improving East/West relations, with special focus on U.S.-Soviet relations." Scoville also endorsed the Kennedy-Hatfield Nuclear Freeze Resolution which was introduced in the Senate on March 10, 1982.[2]

Council for a Livable World

As at 1982, Herbert Scoville served as a Director on the board of the Council for a Livable World. The Council was founded in 1962 by nuclear physicist Leo Szilard and other scientists. Its purpose is to campaign against the proliferation of nuclear weapons through lobbying and by supporting candidates who share their vision.[3]

References

  1. The War Called Peace: Glossary, published 1982
  2. East-West Outlook newsletter, March-April 1982, Vol. 5, No. 2
  3. CLW website: Board