In 1981 the Council on Arms Control was established, bringing together a group of British supporters of arms control. This volume attests to the council's wide-ranging interests. Taking the 1982 Palme Commission Report as a starting point, the authors examine everything from strategic arms control to arms sales to peacekeeping. The analysis on each topic is not extensive but contributes to a common theme: the need-and real opportunities-for renewed arms control. David Owen provides a provocative introduction.