16 June 1993 Dear President Clinton, The Non-Proliferation Treaty, the Comprehensive Test Ban, and the current moratorium on testing nuclear weapons. A letter on the above subjects dated June 8, … Read more Letter from SFP President to US President
Andrew Pakula has sent the SfP office documents on computer disk about the war in former Yugoslavia by activists, journalists, and other citizens from the former Yugoslavia and elsewhere. The … Read more Resources on former Yugoslavia
This is a statement of personal opinion on the part of the editor. Comments are invited. As everyone probably knows, Greenpeace has recently been campaigning vigorously for the almost complete … Read more Chlorine and Good Manners
In the last month I have seen numerous articles in Canadian, U.S. and other papers announcing the Death of SDI. Phoenix-like it is still alive but with a new name … Read more The SDI is Dead! Long Live the SDI!
Science for Peace met with the Biological and Chemical Defence Review Committee (BCDRC) 31 May 1993, to share with them our concerns. BCDRC is currently the only civilian review committee … Read more Continued Discussions Between SfP and the BCDRC
Two interesting publications from the International Peace Bureau Centenary Conference, Helsinki, August 30, 1992: The Coming of One Hundred Years of Peacemaking: Visions of Peace for the 21st Century, by … Read more Worth Noting
The spring Science for Peace Bulletin carried an article on the World Court Project (WCP) by Alan Phillips and came with a copy of the CPPN’W‘s Declaration of Conscience. Did … Read more World Court Project Alert!
At the Annual General Meeting of Science for Peace on 8 May 1993, the following persons were elected to the executive: Derek Paul President Ron Shirtliff Treasurer Jim King Vice-President … Read more New Executive for Science for Peace 1993-94
David Parnas’ Presidential Address to the AGM, Colouring, War, and Peace, made a profound impression on everyone who heard it. It is not possible in a brief summary to convey … Read more Colouring, War, and Peace
On 8 May, immediately preceding the Annual General Meeting, those present were fortunate to hear David Parnas’ address, concluding his long term of office as President of Science for Peace. … Read more President's Message