stategic partnership with Global Action to Prevent War has stongly
evolved since 2001. As a complemetary organization, Global Action
is a program for government and grassroots efforts to stop war,
genocide and other forms of deadly conflict. It aims to bring
together many of the specific arms control and conflict resolution
initiatives nationally and internationally in order to develop cooperation
between the different efforts and to address possible gaps.
LCNP works in partnership with a number of groups on the project including the World Order Models Project (WOMP), Union of Concerned Scientists and Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies.
LCNP's involvement in the program has included formation of working groups on the demilitarization of space and comprehensive arms restraint, and joint production with WOMP of a Draft convention on the Monitoring and reduction of Arms Transfers, Stockpiling and Production.
Remarks by John Burroughs at the WMDC Panel Discussion, Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Vancouver, Canada, June 28, 2006
German Federal Court decision
on a soldier's freedom of conscience to refuse orders, June
21, 2005. Condensed version translated by TRANSLATIONES (www.translationes.net)
on behalf of the Federation of German Scientists (Vereinigung
Deutscher Wissenschaftler e.V. - www.vdw-ev.de)
International Law and Peace: A Peace Lesson, Judge Weeramantry and John Burroughs, July 2005
A Reader on Second Assembly and Parliamentary Proposals, edited by Professor Saul H. Mendlovitz and Barbara Walker - current analysis of the ongoing debate over the "democracy gap" in the UN System, May 2003
Jus ad Bellum: Law Regulating Resort to Force, Nicole Deller and John
Burroughs, Human Rights, Winter 2003
US Opposition to the International Criminal Court, John Burroughs, June 2003
Saving the Non-Proliferation
Regime, Post-Iraq, by Jonathan Dean, April 9, 2003
Current Status of the Comprehensive and Nuclear Terrorism Conventions by Susan Philipose
UN Resolutions re: September 11, 2001 with explanatory comments by John Burroughs
Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in the Context of Plan Colombia talk by Peter Weiss
"LCNP has demonstrated a consistent level of expertise in the elaboration
of creative and valuable proposals.
H.E. Razali Ismail
December 4, 2006