First published in Truthout Twenty-five years after the Chernobyl nuclear reactor explosion, a massive earthquake and ensuing tsunami devastated northeast Japan, killing and injuring thousands of people and crippling the … Read more How Many Chernobyls Before We Get It?
Our organization, our movement and, indeed, our world has lost a great champion of peace. Professor Michael Wallace, “Mike” as we knew him, provided us with intellectual insight and leadership … Read more In Memoriam: Michael Wallace
Members of Canada’s university community are increasingly alarmed by governments’ inattention and inaction with regard to climate change. It is more than time to face the ominous facts. The scientific … Read more Open Letter to Members of the 41st Parliament Demanding Urgent Action on Climate Change
Talk by Noam Chomsky on Thursday, April 7, 1:00 p.m. at Hart House, Toronto (video)
The current Arab democratic revolutions are deeply stirring. Among the many trajectories for consideration is the relation of individual psychology to social processes. Both are wholly complex. Observers close to … Read more Message from the President of Science for Peace
This month marks the 30th anniversary of the founding of Science for Peace. Seventeen directors signed the incorporation papers and they comprised the entire membership of that day. The membership … Read more Celebrate Our 30th!
The brunt of war in the 20th and early 21st centuries has shifted from combatant soldiers to civilians due to more powerful war weapons, war intensity, and war tactics. By … Read more The Silent Casualty of War: The Global Environment
By Gussai Sheikheldin and Sara Suliman
When Gorbachev came to power, over 90 percent of Soviet citizens conformed to the demands of the state without complaining. My book deals, not with them, but with three other … Read more Peace and Democracy in Russia
Science for Peace will long be grateful for all the ways Dr. Terrell Gardner contributed to its birth and life. Terry was the founder and first secretary/vice-president of Science for … Read more In Memoriam: Terry Gardner, A Man to Remember