I’ve had, I confess, only a tangential connection with Science for Peace over the years but it has been a fruitful one. Early on, Terry Gardner, who was my colleague … Read more President's Message
After a lapse of a over a year, we are hoping to resume the publication of this bulletin at approximately quarterly intervals. It will contain reports of past events of … Read more From the Editor
Science for Peace has 360 members of whom 214 were paid-up in mid- July. All members received a letter in March asking them to renew and email requests were sent … Read more From the Membership Committee
The year 1997-98 year concluded with an “issues” meeting, held in the Physics Department of the University of Toronto on 9 May 1998 prior to the AGM. It was chaired … Read more Report of the Meeting on Issues
The nuclear weapon tests by India on 11 and 13 May brought a flood of pious and hypocritical criticism from several of the nuclear weapon states and their allies together … Read more Science for Peace Discusses South Asian Nuclear Tests
Several thousand nuclear weapons in Russia and U.S.A., and several hundred in four other nuclear weapon states are still on full alert, with warning systems and some aspects of their … Read more Y2K and Accidental Nuclear War?
We list the titles of recent SfP member network e-mailings, to inform members not on e-mail (and to remind those who are). Please contact the SfP office if you would … Read more Recent E-Mail Notices
Separatism: Democracy and Disintegration Edited by Metta Spencer Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 1998 Hardbound and paperback, 338 pages ISBN 0-8476-8585-3 As the millennium approaches, the world is experiencing … Read more A New Book from Metta Spencer