Barnaby, Charles Frank
BARNABY, Charles Frank
BARNABY, Charles Frank. British, b. 1927. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Military/Defense/Arms control. Career: Scientist, U.K. Atomic Energy Authority, Aldermaston, 1951-57; Member of Scientific Staff, Medical Research Council, University College, London, 1957-69; Executive Secretary, Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, London, 1969-71; Defence Consultant, New Scientist Magazine, London, 1970-71; Director, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, 1971-81. Publications: The Nuclear Future, 1969; Radionuclides in Medicine, 1970; Man and the Atom, 1971; (with R. Huiskens) Arms Uncontrolled, 1975; The Nuclear Age, 1976; Prospects for Peace, 1981; The Automated Battlefield, 1986; Star Wars Brought Down to Earth, 1986; The Invisible Bomb, 1989; The Role and Control of Arms in the 1990's, 1992; How Nuclear Weapons Spread, 1993; Instruments of Terror, 1996. EDITOR: (with A. Boserup) Anti-Ballistic Missile Systems, 1970; Preventing the Spread of Nuclear Weapons, 1971; (with C. Shaerf) Arms Control and Disarmament, 1972; Future Warfare, 1984; The Gaia Peace Atlas, 1988; How to Build a Nuclear Bomb, 2003. Address: Brandreth, Station Rd, Chilbolton, Stock-bridge, Hants. SO20 6AW, England.