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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.


Page 1:
• a non-violent response to terrorism - Cartoon

Page 2:
• CND Cymru: against war, against terrorism
• Peace campaigning at community level - Jill Evans looks forward to her new role as CND Cymru Chair.

Page 3:
• A non violent response to terrorism - Satish Kumar on witnessing the bombing of the World trade Centre.

Page 4:
• Trident Ploughshares: Get Ready to Itch Some More - 1000 campaigners blockaded the Faslane naval base.
• Welsh campaigners in court

Page 5:
• ‘Star Wars’ in the wake of September 11th - The attacks have changed the debate on the US ‘missile defense’ system.
• Roots of terrorism - Caner Semerci on how terrorism is the opposite of Islam.

Page 6:
• Bridgend bunker campaign 1981: We can win! Lessons from the ‘cold war’… - Looking back 20 years to the establishment of the Greenham Common peace camp.

Page 7:
• Wales Nuclear Free Forum - There are now 15 Welsh Local Authorities supporting the Wales Nuclear Free Forum.
• New energy in Scotland: renewable or nuclear? - Peter Roche writes of the debate over energy in Scotland.

Page 8:
• Campaign Updates:
• Gorleben: the state enforcement of the use of nuclear power - Protesters blockade a shipment of nuclear waste in Northern Germany.
• Canada: Homes not Bombs closes space warfare facility - Protesters close work at a warfare facility for a whole day in Canada.
• Hiroshima & Nagasaki remembered
• The absolute Rolls Royce of callousness - Campaigners protest the burial of Rolls Royce nuclear waste in the Peak District.
• Embracing Menwith Hill - ‘Embrace the Base’ action to take place at Menwith Hill.

Page 9:
• Bad Aibling: Menwith Hill’s spying partner - Closure of a US base in Germany has been deferred.
• Armed North Yorkshire Police patrol Menwith Hill
• News Updates:
• No return home for the people of Diego Garcia
• Sellafield MOX bomb factory ‘quite lawful’

Page 10:
• Plaid Cymru condemn Sellafield decision
• Welsh military camp extension planned
• Wylfa nuclear power station - The reactors at Wylfa have been restarted.
• Trawsfynydd Decommissioning - Plans to build a radioactive waste store at Trawsfynydd.
• Trident Ploughshares 2001 wins the Right Livelihood Award

Page 11:
• Radioactive emissions - is the Environment Agency breaking the law?
• Tritium in Cardiff - Research shows a link between cancer and Tritium near the Nycomed Amersham plant.
• Community group thinks sustainable - The Cothi Renewable Energy Group has been set up in Carmarthenshire.

Page 12:
• Twentieth anniversary Greenham celebrations - “Between the world and the unimaginable destructive power of nuclear weapons”

Page 13:
• Progress for the Greenham Commemorative Site - The Greenham Commemorative Fund Appeal Collective inaugurated the site on the Clearing at Yellow Gate.
• Housman’s Peace Diary 2002 and World Peace Directory - Advert for the 49th edition of the Peace Diary.

Page 14:
• CND Cymru Annual Meeting 2001 - New positions were elected at the meeting in November.
• CND Cymru Contacts
• Peace Convention March 8th - 9th
Temple of Peace, Cardiff - Be there!

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