Book Reviews “The Demilitarized Society: Disarmament and Conversion”, by Seymour Melman. Harvest House, Montréal, 1988, 132 pp. In preparation for a recent talk I gave on the effects of military … Read more Publications
Armenian Earthquake Fund Following an appeal to the Royal Society of Canada by a group of Fellows, the Society conveyed its condolences to the Academy of Sciences of the Armenian … Read more News for Science for Peace members
Aware that, in the absence of ethical control, science and its products can damage society and its future, I pledge that my own scientific capabilities will never be employed merely … Read more An Oath for Scientists?
At the 71st plenary meeting, December 6, 1988, the following resolution was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly. The General Assembly… Decides to proclaim the “International Week of Science … Read more Science and Peace: United Nations Resolution
An Experts’ Workshop on “The control of chemical and biological weapons” was held at the University of Toronto on April 15,1989, as an activity of the Working Group on International … Read more Chemical and Biological Weapons Workshop
NATO — Problems … Progress? “NATO at 40” has 900,000 troops in West Germany “to repulse an attack no one any longer believes is coming.” Sixteen NATO nations spend a … Read more From the Media: notes and matters arising
Nobody in Science for Peace cuts deeper than Anatol Rapoport — as we all know! The following extract from Rapoport (1968) “The Study of Conflict,” Can. Pap. in Peace Studies … Read more Quotes and Notes
The following is a slightly condensed and edited version of a message by Science for Peace President, Dr. Tony Arrott.
As former President of Science for Peace, I came to know John and Lois Dove as among the most devoted supporters of the cause of peace. John’s idea of devoted … Read more In Memoriam: John and Lois Dove
Professor John Dove and his wife Lois Hersum Dove have both been killed in a motor accident in Botswana. They were there partly on vacation and partly to visit their … Read more In Memoriam: John and Lois Dove