The Science for Peace office has copies of reprints of the following technical article on the seismometry of verification of nuclear test ban treaties: K-Y Chun, G. F. West, R. … Read more Reports available
Your editor needs help! When I took on this job I asked Science for Peace colleagues to supply me with material they thought might be suitable for the Bulletin. And … Read more Editorial Note: A Plea
This new organization, was launched, following a public meeting, in São Carlos, São Paulo State, Brazil, on Friday, June 9, 1989, appropriately during United Nations Environment Week. Participants in the … Read more Science for Peace and Justice: SPJ-Brazil
“Ethical Choices in the Age of Pervasive Technology” was the title of “A World Conference” at the University of Guelph, Ontario, from October 25-29. The Conference was held under the … Read more Ethical Technology – Technological Ethics
Disarmament brings responsibilities. Olivia Ward, “Defence cuts leave victims out in cold”, Toronto Star, June 30: Over the next five years, Ottawa is cutting $2.74 billion from its defense budget. … Read more From the Media — Notes and Matters Arising
The following is an address given by Ursula Franklin to the annual general meeting of the Toronto Chapter of Science for Peace, April 26, 1989.
Jonathan Schell (“Speak Loudly, Carry a Small Stick”, Harper’s, March, 1989): History rarely provides direct, unequivocal answers to our questions, but in this case it has provided them. We live … Read more Quotes and Notes
Throughout my life I have had discomfort in getting to first-name terms with people considerably older than myself. It is a cultural, generational, and personal matter. But with George Ignatieff, … Read more In Memoriam: George Ignatieff
William Epstein; Chairman of Canadian Pugwash Group; Senior UN Official; diplomat; distinguished scholar; author, consultant and activist in disarmament, was a long-time friend and colleague of George Ignatieff. Science for Peace Bulletin is honoured and grateful to be able to publish this splendid and unique account of George Ignatieff’s life’s work.
For so long Canada enjoyed and deserved, as a world middle power among the nations, an enviable reputation with regard to its records in human rights, and in its respect … Read more Pugwash issues a statement