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'Heddwch' is the supporter magazine for CND Cymru, the Welsh Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, published roughly quarterly from 1991 to the present day.

Contents

Page 1:
• ‘Breaching the peace’ - Cartoon.

Page 2:
• Flyingdales: a first strike target in Yorkshire - The Flyingdales early warning radar site is being redesigned to protect the US.
• Missile Defense is no defence - The US National Missile Defense system threatens global security.

Page 3:
• Kirsty Williams, Assembly Member for Brecon & Radnor supports Nuclear Free Wales
• The ideal and the possible Henry Richard (1812-1888) - Honouring the Secretary of the Peace Society and MP, Henry Richard.
• Calling for a commitment to peace and justice - Card designed by Wendy Lewis.
• Don Arnott - A Tribute

Page 4-5:
• Caledonia Dreaming: Brian Quail, Vice Chair of Scottish CND and Trident Ploughshares 2000 activist discusses Trident from a Scottish perspective.

Page 5:
• CND Cymru members arrested at Faslane

Page 6:
• Campaign Updates:
• The UN Culture of Peace and Non Violence: proclaimed in Wales - A day of events and entertainment marked the Launch of the UN’s ‘Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non Violence for the Children of the World’.
• Campaign launch at Hinkley: A new campaign to shut down Hinkley nuclear power station.
• Trident Ploughshares News - Ploughshares 2000 actions throughout November.
• The Lord Advocate Refers Greenrock Rulings - Lord Advocate of Scotland lodges official referral papers of the “Trident Three”.

Page 7:
• Barrow - Two Trident Ploughshares activists arrested at Barrow-in-Furness in November.
• Aldermaston Women in Court - Trial of Rosie James and Rachel Wenham delayed.
• Helen John does it again - Jury backs granny’s anti-nuclear graffiti (Guardian)
• Menwith Hill - Peace campaigner Lindis Percy needs donations to re-amend a Writ to stop work at Menwith Hill.

Page 8:
• The New Agenda Coalition and the Nuclear Non- Proliferation Treaty
• The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)

Page 9:
• UN Resolution 1284: Keeping Iraq in Madeline Albright’s box? - Disagreement in the Security Council over the new UN Resolution to suspend sanctions on Iraq.
• Trecwn - Rumours that Trecwn may be used at the British Nuclear Waste Store.

Page 10:
• News round-up:
• BNFL losses too great to meter at Wylfa - Two closed nuclear reactors at Wylfa nuclear power station are losing £2.5million a week.
• Coming soon to a quiet afternoon in Wales near you: new low flying bombers - Tornado aircraft upgraded to be deadlier and stealthier.
• BNFL: uneconomic, dangerous and economic with the truth - BNFL should stop reprocessing plutonium at Sellafield.
• Camp Bondsteel - the USA in Yugoslavia - A US military base is under construction in southern Kosova.
• Acting President of Russia - posturing? - Acting President Vladimir Putin has lowered the nuclear threshold.

Page 11:
• Nuclear Free New Zealand - an anti-nuclear Prime Minister - Helen Clark is elected as Prime Minister of New Zealand and intends to pursue nuclear disarmament.
• Nuclear legacies in the Pacific - France is leaving Mururoa and Fangatufa but leaves behind a legacy of nuclear bomb testing.
• Bactrians not bombs at Lop Nor - Nuclear test site at Lop Nor in China has been turned into a Bactrian camel sanctuary.
• The tragedy continues at Tokaimura - Hisashi Ouchi has died after the nuclear accident at Tokaimura plant.

Page 12:
• A letter to Wales from Mordechai Vanunu
• Israel has 200-300 nuclear weapons
• My nuclear nightmares continue - Nuclear expansion and the nuclear legacy.

Page 13:
• “Studying war no more” on Mynydd Epynt - Changes to the sign at Mynydd Epynt are finally being discussed.
• Memories of a newly nuclear free Wales February 23rd 1982 - Celebrating the 18th Anniversary of the first Declaration of Nuclear Free Wales.

Page 14:
• Diary Dates
• Join CND Cymru Postal Slip
• CND Cymru Contacts
• An Apology
• Heddwch Contacts

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