I am truly honored to have been elected President of Science for Peace. The choosing of a political scientist for this role perhaps conforms to the normative definition of a … Read more President's Corner
Officers For 1986-87: George Ignatieff, president John E. Dove, secretary John Valleau, treasurer Raymond Kapral, chairman, and Derek Paul, nominating committee In Memoriam: Alva Myrdal and Olof Palme of Sweden … Read more AGM Highlights
NGO Forum On CBW Prohibition, 22 May, 1986 at UN Headquarters: “Over the last five years more progress seems to have been made in the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva … Read more Now, the CW 'Deterrent'
It is significant that the reactor accident was detected through the Swedish radioactive air monitoring system. The Swedish system is unique and has no parallel in Canada. It detects airborne … Read more Chernobyl
Given the recognition of the fact that nuclear “deterrence” is unstable, in that,given an international crisis, each opponent is under pressure to strike first, Don Bates (Montreal) proposes a higher … Read more Nuclear Winter Threat
Verifying BW London, Ont. 12 May I am currently working on a contract with the Verification Section of Arms Control and Disarmament CDept. of External Affairs). The contract, entitled “Collateral … Read more Letters
William Epstein, “A Test Ban – Halting the Nuclear Arms Race”.Reprint from the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, 23 April. (From the national office.) CIIPS REPORT on “Negotiations for Peace in Central … Read more Bookshelf
Another editor among Science for Peace members is Prof. J. Tully, Dept. of Political Science, McGill University. Prof. Tully edits the newsletter of the McGill Study Group for Peace and … Read more Newsworthy