SfP Bulletin archive

SfP Bulletin February 2017

  1. The President’s Corner: Science for Peace as a Foreign Language Metta Spencer

  2. Report of the Working Group on Global Governance Helmut Burkhardt

  3. Report of the Working Group on Non-violence Ellie Kirzner

  4. Science for Peace Position 2017? NATO, Canada, USA, and Russia William Browett and Phyllis Creighton

  5. Fact Sheet: A NATO primer Center for a New American Security

  6. Report of the Working Group on Oceans and Frontiers Venilla Rajaguru

  7. Report of the Nuclear Weapons working group Rob Acheson

  8. UN Votes to Outlaw Nuclear Weapons in 2017 International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons

  9. Winter 2017 Lecture Series Science for Peace

  10. in memoriam Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin May 2016

  1. Peter Nicholls (1935 –2014) Metta Spencer (1)

  2. Panglossing the Climate Emergency Connecting the Crises of Climate Change, Militarization, Extreme Poverty Judith Deutsch

  3. President’s Corner: Controversy and Conversation Metta Spencer

  4. Report of the Working Group on Freedom of Research Chandler Davis

  5. Report of the Working Group on Drones Michel Duguay

  6. Report of the Working Group on Community Sustainability Lloyd Helferty

  7. Report of the Working Group on Good Global Governance Helmut Burkhardt

  8. Report of the Working Group on Oceans Ocean Frontiers: the pragmatic search for peace Venilla Rajaguru

  9. Report of the Working Group on Nuclear Weapons Rob Acheson

  10. Report of the Working Group on Nonviolence Metta Spencer

SfP Bulletin May 2015

  1. Standing Up for Science for Peace John McMurtry (1)

  2. Munk School of Global Affairs and the Harper Government collaborate on “Direct Diplomacy” in Iran Judith Deutsch (1)

  3. Ukraine, Russia, the United States and the Threat of Nuclear War Judith Deutsch

  4. President’s Corner: When Saving Others Doesn’t Work Metta Spencer (2)

  5. Degrowth: A Snail’s Eye View of Social Transformation and Ecological Preservation Andrea Levy (1)

SfP Bulletin October 2014

  1. Corporate Globalization and Society Destruction: Joining the Dots of War and Peace in Ukraine John McMurtry

  2. U of T BEES Pieter Basedow

  3. Refusing to be Enemies: Palestinian and Israeli Nonviolent Resistance to the Israeli Occupation. By Maxine Kaufman-Lacusta, Ithaca Press 2010: Reading UK. Judith Deutsch (2)

  4. Excerpt from the preface of “Stochastic Processes” by John W. Lamperti (Springer, 1977) Science for Peace (1)

  5. Gaza 2014: Speakable Atrocities, Speaking Up Judith Deutsch

SfP Bulletin June 2014

  1. A Tribute to Lee Lorch Science for Peace

  2. Why the UofT Should Divest from Violations of International Law Science for Peace

  3. Science for Peace AGM 2014 Science for Peace

  4. Book review: The Wealth of Nature: Economics as if survival mattered (By John Michael Greer) Science for Peace

  5. How to Save the World in a Hurry Metta Spencer (1)

SfP Bulletin December 2013

  1. President’s Corner: Making Knowledge Scarce Metta Spencer

  2. A Tribute to Major General (Ret’d) Leonard V Johnson Walter Dorn

  3. A Report on the Librarians and Archivists to Palestine Delegation, June 23-July 4, 2013 Blair Kuntz

  4. Deep-sixing the Deep Geological Nuclear Waste Repository Jim Deutsch

  5. Book review: America the Possible: Manifesto for a New Economy by James Gustave Speth Derek Paul

SfP Bulletin May 2013

  1. A Tribute to Shirley Farlinger Janis Alton

  2. President’s Corner: Constraints on Freedom of Scholarship and Science Metta Spencer

  3. Board & Executive Nominations / AGM 2013 Science for Peace

  4. The Environmental Impacts of Intensive Livestock Operations in Canada Paul York

SfP Bulletin September 2012

  1. President’s Corner: Can Anyone Help Syria? Metta Spencer (2)

  2. The Muzzling of Science in Canada Margrit Eichler (2)

  3. Science for Peace Activities for 2012 / 2013 Science for Peace

  4. Guaranteeing Income Derek Paul

  5. Remembering Rosalie Bertell (1929-2012) Shirley Farlinger

  6. Book Review: What do we talk about when we talk about war? (By Noah Richler) Shirley Farlinger (2)

SfP Bulletin April 2012

  1. Climate Justice, Contraction and Convergence, and Eliminating GHG Emissions Judith Deutsch

  2. The Trial of Hassan Diab Science for Peace

  3. Resist U.S. imperialist war threats on Iran Sara Flounders

  4. Another Bank is Possible Jim Deutsch

  5. Iran Teach-In, February 25, 2012 Science for Peace

  6. Book Review: No Debate: The Israel lobby and free speech at Canadian universities Chandler Davis

SfP Bulletin November 2011

  1. President’s Letter: Science and Reason Judith Deutsch

  2. Mapping a Freedom to Learn: Why Students Must Maintain Their Right to Organize on Canadian Campuses Angela Regnier

  3. The US Military Assault on Global Climate H. Patricia Hynes

  4. Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose: a 30-Year Retrospective of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  5. On the Shoulders of Giants Peter Nicholls

  6. Evolving with the Times Marion Dove

  7. The Future of Science for Peace Shirley Farlinger

  8. The New State of South Sudan: An Opportunity for Better Health Care? Sara Suliman

  9. Climate Politics at the Crossroads Jacqueline Medalye

SfP Bulletin April 2011

  1. Message from the President of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  2. Celebrate Our 30th! Derek Paul

  3. The Silent Casualty of War: The Global Environment

  4. Sudan’s Secession Referendum: A Historical Punctuation Mark in the Making Gussai Sheikheldin

  5. Peace and Democracy in Russia Metta Spencer

  6. In Memoriam: Terry Gardner, A Man to Remember Shirley Farlinger

  7. Editor’s Book Nook Shirley Farlinger

SfP Bulletin October 2010

  1. Message from the President of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  2. Can the U of T Be an Agent for Social Change? Sara Suliman

  3. Climate Change and Industrial Agriculture Edwin Daniel

  4. Biochar-Enhanced Sequestration of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Derek Paul

  5. 65 Years: It’s Time to Retire the Bomb! Phyllis Creighton

  6. At the Edge Chandler Davis

  7. Editor’s Book Nook Shirley Farlinger

SfP Bulletin April 2010

  1. Message from the President of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  2. Disasters List Sam Lanfranco

  3. Getting Over Our Nuclear Denial John Polanyi

  4. Meeting with MP Bob Rae Rose Dyson

  5. Biochar David Harries

  6. Reflections on the Public Forum on Food and Population – How Many Can We Feed? Helmut Burkhardt

  7. In Memoriam: Robert McCallum Baxter Metta Spencer

  8. New Tower Chandler Davis

  9. Comments on Some Books and Articles on Food and Population Judith Deutsch

  10. Editor’s Book Nook Shirley Farlinger

SfP Bulletin January 2010

  1. Message from the President of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  2. An Arctic Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone: Why is now the time? Phyllis Creighton

  3. Roundtable on Food and Population Derek Paul

  4. Open Letter on Climate Change Science for Peace

  5. Toronto Wants Zero Nuclear Weapons Metta Spencer

  6. Obama and the NPT Anna Jaikaran

  7. In Memoriam: Eric Tollefson 1921-2009 Derek Paul

  8. In Memoriam: Admiral Robert Falls 1924-2009 Science for Peace

  9. Editor’s Book Nook Shirley Farlinger

SfP Bulletin September 2009

  1. Message from the President of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  2. The State of Global Food Production and Recommendations for the Future Leslie Jermyn

  3. Hope for a Nuclear-Free World Phyllis Creighton

  4. Meeting with MP Carolyn Bennett Science for Peace

  5. Peace and Protest in the UK Science for Peace

  6. Our Annual General Meeting Derek Paul

  7. Book Nook Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin April 2009

  1. Note from the President of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  2. What Can You Do Through Mayors for Peace? Phyllis Creighton

  3. The Nuclear Abolition Imperative Bev Delong

  4. Peace Studies Robert Stewart

  5. Gaza and Israel Judith Deutsch

  6. In Memoriam: John McRuer Kenneth Mackay

  7. Book Nook Science for Peace

  8. Science for Peace Notes Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin December 2008

  1. Note from the President of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  2. Roundtable on Freshwater Cameron Harrington

  3. Can we create a low-carbon world? Science for Peace

  4. Resolutions for the Canadian Peace Alliance AGM Science for Peace

  5. In Memoriam: Ross Wilcock Helmut Burkhardt

  6. Announcements Science for Peace

  7. Book Nook Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin October 2008

  1. Note from the President of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  2. Water Crisis Oliver Brandes

  3. Public Forum: Fresh Water Problems: Emerging Threats and Urgent Priorities Science for Peace

  4. Petroleum, Power and Fear: Challenges for Canada John Foster

  5. The Race for the U.S. Presidency: What does it mean for Canada? Rose Dyson

  6. In Memory of Alan F. Phillips MD Science for Peace

  7. Announcements Science for Peace

  8. Book Nook Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin July 2008

  1. Note from the New President of Science for Peace Judith Deutsch

  2. The Science for Peace Vocation John McMurtry

  3. Militarism in Canada Today: What do we do about it? Murray Thomson

  4. Nuclear Weapons: Just Say “No”! Phyllis Creighton

  5. Brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology Derek Paul

  6. Book Release: Sustainable Life on Earth Colin Soskolne

  7. In Memory of Lynn Trainor John Valleau

  8. Remembering John Buttrick Jean Smith

  9. Announcements Science for Peace

  10. Book Nook Science for Peace

  11. Report from the Science for Peace Annual General Meeting Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin April 2008

  1. A Note from the President Paul Hamel

  2. Climate Change and Carbon Taxes Derek Paul

  3. Zerofootprint’s Emissions Calculator Launched in Toronto – 26 February 2008 Adele Buckley

  4. Step One: Reducing the Ecological Footprint by Changing Technology Helmut Burkhardt

  5. The Science for Peace Carbon Tax Committee Metta Spencer

  6. Gaza — Humanitarian Emergency and the Threat of Nuclear War Judith Deutsch

  7. Governments Lie Jean Smith

  8. What the Presidential Candidates Say – and Don’t Say Metta Spencer

  9. UK CND goes mainstream – Golden Anniversary Meeting Peter Nicholls

  10. International Peace Bureau in Alexandria, Egypt Janis Alton

  11. Science for Peace Forum: Can I Have a Say in Our Future? Science for Peace

  12. Announcements Science for Peace

  13. Book Nook Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin December 2007

  1. The Work of the Global Issues Project and the Wasan Action Framework Derek Paul

  2. A Note from the Science for Peace President Paul Hamel

  3. Findings on Extreme Violence Judith Deutsch

  4. Where does peace begin? Phyllis Creighton

  5. Culture of Peace-Culture of War Derek Paul

  6. Wanted: Writers Who Will Work for Change Metta Spencer

  7. The Wasan Action Framework various

SfP Bulletin Summer 2007

  1. Editorial Science for Peace

  2. The Myth of Peacekeeping: Kabir Joshi-Vijayan

  3. Military Related Research at the University of Western Ontario Nick Dyer-Witheford

  4. Norman Alcock, 1918-2007: Grieving, Remembering and Celebrating Derek Paul

  5. Walter Josephy 1920-2007 David Josephy

  6. New Book Release by Science for Peace Board Member Science for Peace

  7. Notes and letters Science for Peace

  8. Science for Peace Executive (2007-08)

SfP Bulletin Winter 2007: Anatol Rapoport tribute

  1. Anatol Rapoport: a tribute Derek Paul

  2. Dr. Anatol Rapoport Scholarship Fund Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin December 2006: Roundtable on Forests

  1. The Roundtable on Forests Derek Paul

SfP Bulletin Fall 2006

  1. Canada in Afghanistan Science for Peace

  2. Towards a Federal Department of Peace in Canada Bill Bhaneja

  3. Vancouver World Peace Forum’s Vision Phyllis Creighton

  4. Reed Elsevier & the arms trade: profiting from both cause and cure Tom Stafford

  5. The Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza Judith Deutsch

SfP Bulletin March 2006: 25th Anniversary Issue

  1. 25 Years of Science for Peace Derek Paul

  2. Rising Tide of Climate Change Derek Paul

  3. Canada and Nuclear Weapons Phyllis Creighton

  4. Violent Entertainment: The Real Elephant in the Room Rose Dyson

  5. Structural Violence Paul Hamel

  6. Atomic Politics Science for Peace

  7. Science for Peace Working Group Reports Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin September 2005

  1. From the President’s Desk Nancy Olivieri

  2. Nuclear Alert Phyllis Creighton

  3. Science Matters: Taking the planet for a spin David Suzuki

  4. Two Koreas: One Hope for Peace Hani Kim

  5. Science For Peace Renewal Shirley Farlinger

  6. David Lange’s Peace Legacy Lives On Kate Dewes

  7. Albert Einstein Science for Peace

  8. 1000 Women Nobel Peace Prize Nominations 2005 Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin May 2005

  1. Update on OISE/IKIT Research Rose Dyson

  2. Terminators Galore! Joe Cummins

  3. Kyoto primer Students of Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin February 2005

  1. Social Science Commentary on Abu Ghraib Floyd Rudmin

  2. Rational Scheme for a Reformed UN Security Council Hanna Newcombe

  3. Writing a Letter to the Prime Minister Derek Paul

  4. The Reciprocal Signalling Cascade Between State and Non-State Terrorists Paul Hamel

  5. Videos Available at the SFP office Jean Smith

  6. IHTEC and the Working Group on Peace and Sustainability Education Julia Morton-Marr

  7. Global Sustainability Education Video Conference Julia Morton-Marr

  8. Norman Alcock is Awarded the Order of Canada Derek Paul

SfP Bulletin September 2004

  1. The Basis of Peace is the Security of the Commons Theresa Wolfwood

  2. War as an Institution Paul Hamel

  3. Crossing the Lines: Kashmir, Pakistan and India Science for Peace

  4. Excerpt from ‘Understanding 9-11 and the 9-11 Wars’ John McMurtry

  5. Electrical Energy Consumption: The Human Side of the Problem Derek Paul

  6. Justifications and Racism: Hiroshima Day – August 2, 2004 Paul Hamel

  7. Eliminate Launch on Warning Alan Phillips

SfP Bulletin January 2004

  1. Aiding & Abetting War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity Paul Hamel

  2. Report from Europe – November 2003 Peter Nicholls

  3. Environment and War Paul Hamel

  4. Students for Peace Sidrah Ahmad

  5. No Weapons in Space Campaign in Edmonton Lucero Mariani

  6. Rebuttal to Globe & Mail “Star Wars” Editorial John Valleau

  7. Canadian Peace Education Conference Report Julia Morton-Marr

SfP Bulletin May 2003

  1. From the President Paul Hamel

  2. Chomsky and others look at the crisis Chandler Davis

  3. International Solidarity Movement Visit Max Blanco

  4. Educational Module: Weaponization of Space Sidrah Ahmad

  5. It’s A Matter of Vision Barbara Birkett

  6. The Journal of Science for Peace Hani Kim

  7. Working Group on Genetics and Biotechnology Edwin Daniel

  8. New Book Science for Peace

  9. Hamilton Quaker Delegation to DFAIT Hanna Newcombe

  10. SfP-Pugwash Joint Conference Science for Peace

  11. Round-Table Conferences: An Application of Small-Wins Theory Floyd Rudmin

  12. Petrotyranny: 9/11 Causes and Responses John Bacher

  13. No Launch on Warning

  14. Letter to the Editor Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin September 2002

  1. From the President Paul Hamel

  2. Conference: Signs of Hope in the Middle East Science for Peace

  3. Military Research and Canadian Universities Hani Kim

  4. Keep Space for Peace Week Carolyn Langdon

  5. Education Campaign on NMD and Weaponization of Space Sidrah Ahmad

  6. September 11: Then and Now Conference and Workshops Paul Hamel

  7. Students for Peace David Sandomierski

  8. Suzuki Talk Science for Peace

  9. In Response Jean Smith

  10. Panel Discussion on Third Party Intervention Joe Vise

  11. Pugwash Conference Derek Paul

  12. The Kyoto Brief Peter Shepherd

  13. Geneva in July Phyllis Creighton

  14. Peace Declaration Tadatoshi Akiba

  15. Upcoming Films Science for Peace

  16. Policy on Iraq Science for Peace

  17. Book Launch: Uncle Sam and Us by Stephen Clarkson Science for Peace

  18. The Demining Technology Competition Margaret Back

  19. Innu Women Elders Tour Steve Dankowich

SfP Bulletin June 2002

  1. From the President Paul Hamel

  2. Dec. 9 Forum & Teach-in Paul Hamel

  3. Working Groups Derek Paul

  4. Report on the De-mining Technology Competition Margaret Back

  5. Moving Notice Carolyn Langdon

  6. Student Initiative Off the Ground! Carolyn Langdon

  7. Third Interdisciplinary Conference on the Evolution of World Order: From Knowledge to Sound Policy and Action Helmut Burkhardt

  8. Franz Blumenfeld Peace Fund Science for Peace

  9. Genetics and Biotechnology Working Group Edwin Daniel

  10. Intervention and State Sovereignty Forum Science for Peace

  11. Energy Working Group Peter Shepherd

  12. Jewish/Palestinian Peace Movement Representatives tour North America Science for Peace

  13. Human Rights Working Group Phyllis Creighton

  14. Video Presentations Artour Rakhimov

  15. Organising A Campaign Against Space Weapons: A Draft Treaty And A Planning Conference John Valleau

  16. Publications Derek Paul

  17. Science for Peace Annual General Meeting Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin March 2002

  1. From the President Paul Hamel

  2. Publications Derek Paul

  3. New Journal Derek Paul

  4. For Peace and Reconciliation in Israel and Palestine Joe Vise

  5. What is to be done? – a report on war and anti-war from the UK Peter Nicholls

  6. Working Groups Derek Paul

  7. The 2003 Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs Science for Peace

  8. The Ballistic Missile Defence Issue: SfP and NOOS John Valleau

  9. New Concepts of Security Helmut Burkhardt

  10. Third Interdisciplinary Conference on The Evolution of World Order: From Knowledge to Sound Policy and Action Helmut Burkhardt

  11. Roundtable on Energy and Climate Change Helmut Burkhardt

  12. Sustainability and Security Education Round Table Helmut Burkhardt

  13. The Role of Media For Sustainability Helmut Burkhardt

  14. Teach-in: How Canada Should Respond to Terrorism and War Science for Peace

SfP activity report 2001

  1. Partial Summary of Science for Peace Activities During 2001 Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin December 2000

  1. From the President Helmut Burkhardt

  2. From the Editor Bob Baxter

  3. Franz Blumenfeld Peace Foundation, Annual Report Frank Cunningham

  4. Eric Fawcett 1927-2000 Derek Paul

  5. Highlights from the Science for Peace Annual General Meeting Paul Hamel

  6. Space: The Next Frontier for War? Science for Peace

  7. Millennial Forum Science for Peace

  8. Extraterrestrials Have Problems Too Bob Baxter

SfP Bulletin May 2000

  1. Editorial Bob Baxter

  2. Genetically Modified Food: A Field of Dreams? Paul Hamel

  3. Science for Peace Speaks to the Standing Committee on National Defense and Veterans Affairs Paul Hamel

  4. Fourth Annual DFAIT Peacebuilding Consultations Ottawa, March 1 and 2 Eric Fawcett

  5. The Non-Proliferation Treaty, NATO and Canada: The Future of Nuclear Weapons Science for Peace

  6. Should Talisman be in Sudan? Corporate Responsibility and Human Rights Science for Peace

SfP Bulletin December 1999

  1. President’s Message Mel Watkins

  2. From the Editor Bob Baxter

  3. Report from the Blumenfeld Fund Frank Cunningham

  4. Report from Working Group on Genetics and Biotechnology Edwin Daniel

  5. The Hague Appeal for Peace Science for Peace

  6. Globalization, the WTO and You John Valleau

  7. What is the Prognosis for Peace and Stability in South Asia? Science for Peace

  8. Windmill Project Gets the Thumbs Up! ‘Windy Powers’