Professors World Peace Academy
No quest is more important, or more difficult, than world peace. At any
moment, nations may find themselves faced with the possibility of nuclear
war. Not only is the fate of individual nations at stake, but the planet
itself may be in jeopardy. Nuclear war must not happen. The Professors
World Peace Academy (PWPA) is dedicated to finding peaceful solutions to
problems that pose the threat of war or violence. The organization is
comprised of academics who believe that a worldwide community of scholars
can make significant contributions to the search for peace. PWPA is a
worldwide network of academics with chapters in over 90 countries. Each
chapter is a separate association of scholars tied to a common purpose.
Each seeks out the most important issues for peace in its own region as
well as those essential for world peace. PWPA convenes international
congresses; such as the ones in Geneva in 1985 on the theme of the Soviet
Empire, and in Manila in 1987 on the theme of China's role in world peace.
PWPA also publishes the respected quarterly International journal on World