I write (early December of the fateful year 1BY2K) as thousands protest in Seattle against the WTO and its agenda of corporate globalization. The second millennium is ending, and the … Read more President's Message
I wonder how many readers noticed a small item from Agence France-Presse in the Globe and Mail on November 22, headed “UN dog should die, Kosovo Albanians claim”? It appears … Read more From the Editor
By Frank Cunningham and Tom G. Davis
Our group has had a busy but frustrating time over the past few months: We have been busy because there are so many issues to deal with and frustrated because … Read more Report from Working Group on Genetics and Biotechnology
The Campaign: The 20th century has been the bloodiest, most war-filled age in history. Yet, it has also been a time of hope and change. Real progress toward peace has … Read more The Hague Appeal for Peace
At the end of November world governments will meet in Seattle for the World Trade Organization’s Third Ministerial Conference, meant to launch the so-called “Millennium Round” of negotiations. The outcome … Read more Globalization, the WTO and You
This was the title of a discussion sponsored by Science for Peace in the series of University College Lectures in Peace Studies at the International Student Centre, University of Toronto, … Read more What is the Prognosis for Peace and Stability in South Asia?
If a Toronto community group gets its way, Ontarians could soon be tilting at windmills. The Toronto Renewable Energy Co-operative, or TREC, has formed a most unlikely alliance with North … Read more Windmill Project Gets the Thumbs Up!
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