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  • CND Heddwch 57 Summer 2012

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Description

'Heddwch' is the supporter magazine for CND Cymru, the Welsh Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, published roughly quarterly from 1985 (following CND Cymru’s establishment as an independent campaigning network from 1981), to the present day.

Contents

Page 1:
• Whatever languages we speak, we all want Peace - Title page.

Page 2:
• Heddwch and CND Cymru contacts
• Carwyn, Leanne and Milford - 1: Welcomes to Wales? - CND Cymru condemned Carwyn Jones’ claim that nuclear submarines are welcome in Wales.
• Carwyn, Leanne and Milford - 2: Time for Unity - John Cox reflects on the possibility of basing Trident in Wales.

Page 3:
• Carwyn, Leanne & Milford - 3: Over to you - Heddwch action.
• Militarisation: Can’t Vote, Can’t Drink, but… - Stephen Thomas on young people being recruited to the armed forces in the UK.

Page 4:
• News Round Up - Wales:
• A Sound of Death and Squander - Residents living near Aberporth are subject to the noise of drones flying above their homes.
• Jobs lost at Gwent arms factory
• Bradley Manning - Locked up for two years - Plant Seeds of Truth: Free Bradley Manning project taken to Bala, Gwynedd.
• Henry Richard - Commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Henry Richard MP.
• Peace Pilgrim in Cardiff - Maxim Laithwaite is walking 1200 miles through Britain and Ireland.
• Chernobyl - when will we ever learn? - Commemorating the 26th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

Page 5:
• Israeli Women’s Footlball match - Anti Israel protestors were ejected at a football games between Wales and Israel in Wrexham.
• Greenham Women: Old and strong she goes on and on - Thalia Campbell remembers the Cardiff to Brawdy march of 1982.

Page 6:
• News Round Up - Britain:
• Goodbye Trident? - Scottish CND plan for disarming Trident has been pronounced credible.
• Happy Birthday Faslane Peace Camp - Celebrating the 30th anniversay of Faslane Peace Camp.
• Money for Nothing - Faslane Peace Camp condemns the contract awarded to Rolls Royce for nuclear reactor work.
• They Can Run, but They Can’t Hide - MoD Air Warfare Centre held a symposium on drones.

Page 7:
• News Round Up - World:
• Jeju Island - The South Korean Government continues to construct a naval base on Jeju Island.
• CND calls for nuclear-free zone in the Middle East
• Brief news from Fukushima - A Japanese Parliament inquiry reported that the Fukushima accident was the result of a corrupt regulatory system.
• Shannon Airport - Regular Shannonwatch protest vigils continue at Shannon in Ireland.

Page 8:
• Nuclear Power - Wylfa: The new ‘China syndrome’ - The Chinese bid for Wylfa and the lack of democracy and transparency in nuclear Britain.

Page 9:
• Reviews and Previews:
• The Wastwater Gnomes
• Eggheads and Warheads
• Living the Dream
• Interesting Songs
• From Hiroshima to Fukushima

Page 10:
• Diary Dates
• Event to formally hand over the petition ‘Oppose Trident moving to Wales’
• Briefings
• Membership Matters!
• This Year Wear a White Poppy and…
• Stop Press - ‘Not in My Name’ single.

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