No. 6/1999


Dateline: 7 February 1999

WNII is an electronic information service of INES,
the International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility

Editor: Tobias Damjanov, e-mail: < >
INES homepage: http://www.mindspring.com/~us016262/ines.html
INES International Office < >
INES Chair Prof. Armin Tenner < >




Do not forget to inform us about changes of your email address or your homepage!

1999 INES Council Meeting: First Draft Invitation

DATE: 22-29 September 1999

VENUE: Vienna, Austria (exact location yet to be confirmed)

Registration forms are available only from the INES Office: < >



INES Newsletter No. 24/January 1999 out now^

NOTE: The printed version of the INES Newsletter is being mailed to every INES member. However, it is also available either at:

http://www.mindspring.com/~us016262/newsletter24.htm or as an ASCII version via email from the editor: < > 

The main articles of this issue are dealing with NATO expansion:

 Also in this issue:


 New INES brochure: ''New Security Concerns and Approaches''

This just released brochure covers the proceedings of the workshop with the same title, which was held in Cambridge, Mass./USA, 23-24 July 1998. Introduced by INES Chair Armin Tenner, it contains the following contributions:

64 pages, price: US$ 7 plus mailing For orders, contact: < >

 USA: Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF), The Sunflower, No. 21, February 1999


 The latest edition of The Sunflower covers the following: 

For subscription information, !!! mailto < >

 All issues of The Sunflower are on the web at the homepage indicated above.


!!! Abolition 2000 homepage: http://www.abolition2000.org


For the latest nuclear weapons abolition grassroots news, visit: http://www.napf.org/abolition2000/news/


Internet resources

(mainly from: ''The Sunflower'' 21/99; and: February 1999 Abolition Grassroots Newsletter) 

Michael J. Mazarr: Virtual Nuclear Arsenals - A Second Look; Jan. 1999: http://www.csis.org/


Global Network Space Newsletter (Source: Eric Fawcett) ^

The US-based '' Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space'' publishes this newsletter to which you can subscribe by sending an e-mail to: < >. 

Also, the Network would appreciate your considering taking out a membership in the Global Network. The cost is $25 - $100 (pay what you can best afford). Send your membership check to: GN PO Box 90083, Gainesville, Fl 32607 

''The Nuclear Resister'' newsletter http://www.nonviolence.org/nukeresister 

Canadian INES member Eric Fawcett ''...highly recommend(s) this newsletter, and recommend(s) INES members to subscribe, or at least ask for a free issue and judge for yourself.'' 

Since 1980, the Nuclear Resister newsletter has chronicled anti-nuclear civil disobedience and provided support for people who are imprisoned as a result of these actions. Since then, the newsletter has continued expansion of coverage to include anti-war and anti-militarism protest arrests. 

For the upcoming issue, the newsletter editors, Jack and Felice Cohen-Joppa, would like to collect information of any arrests that have occurred as a result of the protests which took place in opposition to the sanctions against and bombing of Iraq in recent months. (Or any other anti-nuclear or anti-militarism protest arrests.) Please provide as much information as possible, or include a person the editors might contact for more details. 

''The Nuclear Resister'', POB 43383, Tucson AZ 85733, USA; phone/fax: (1-520) 323 8697 (no email address available)

Subscriptions: USA: US$15/year; Canada: US$20; Overseas: US$25



A full list of all INES e-mail addresses and homepages is available upon request.
!!! mailto < >

NEW: Irish Research Scientists' Association (IRSA): e-mail: < > http://www.irsa.ie

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