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political scientist , researcher

Jozef Goldblat, Polish political scientist, researcher. Recipient Pomerance Disarmament award, New York City, 1984. Member of Rotary.

Background

Goldblat, Jozef was born on January 7, 1923 in Lwow, Poland. Arrived in Sweden, 1969. Son of Adolf and Renata (Kohl) Goldblat.

Education

Student various universities in Poland and Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1954.

Career

Editor Polish Press Agency, Warsaw, 1951-1954. Inspector Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission, Korea, 1954. Head commissioner International Commission for Supervision and Control, Vietnam, 1955-1957.

Advisor to Minister and head United Nations division Ministry Foreign Affairs, Warsaw, 1958-1961, 64-68. 1st political officer United Nations Secretariat Disarmament Division, New York City, 1961-1963. Chief arms control program International Peace Research Institute, Stockholm, 1969-1989.

Senior research fellow and lecturer Strategic and International Security Graduate Institute International Studies & Geneva Center Security Policy, since 1989. Consultant United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, Geneva, since 1989. Chief Polish delegate Conference of the Committee on Disarmament, Geneva, Switzerland, 1967.

Board, vice president Geneva International Peace Research Institute, since 1988.

Membership

Member of Rotary.

Connections

Married Claire Alder. Children: Bernard, Fernand.

father:
Adolf Goldblat

mother:
Renata (Kohl) Goldblat

spouse:
Claire Alder

child:
Bernard Goldblat

child:
Fernand Goldblat