Remembering Dr. Glenn D. Paige (28 Jun 1929 – 22 Jan 2017)
TRANSCEND MEMBERS, 30 Jan 2023
Prof. Glenn Durland Paige was an innovative political scientist from the US founder of the Center for Global Nonkilling. He is known for developing the concept of nonkilling. His studies on political leadership and the study of international politics from the decision-making perspective with a case study of President H. Truman’s decision to involve the United States in the Korean War are well-known.
Nonkilling Society Paradigm Must be Global
Prof. Glenn D. Paige’s legacy of scholarship, leadership, creativity, and visionary thinking continues. He was a friend, colleague, mentor, a brilliant scholar of political leadership, author, visionary, futurist. A combat veteran turned peace activist, language scholar, a precocious Princeton, Harvard, Northwestern student who shifted to Hawai’i where he helped the Governor in 1970 do a 2000 futures study, a study in anticipatory democracy; a most incisive and insightful mind. With a global leadership team, Glenn Paige founded the Center for Global Nonkilling (CGNK) in 2007, an NGO that continues the work toward a world beyond killing and violence every day on every continent in dozens of nations.
Mahalo, Glenn. No more killing.
Highlights of Recent CGNK Activities
Glenn Durland Paige, Ph.D. (28 Jun 1929 – 22 Jan 2017) was an American political scientist, member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace, Development and Environment, Professor Emeritus of political science at the University of Hawai‘i, and Chair of the Governing Council of the Center for Global Nonkilling. Paige was known for developing the concept of nonkilling, his studies on political leadership, and the study of international politics from the decision-making perspective with a case study of President Harry S. Truman’s decision to involve the United States in the Korean War.
Dr. Bill (Balwant) Bhaneja is a former Canadian science diplomat, a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace Development Environment, and author of six books and scholarly papers on politics and science. He holds a PhD in science policy from UK’s Victoria University of Manchester, currently serves as Senior Advisor to the Center for Global Nonkilling in Honolulu-Hawai’i of which he is a founding member, and produces the Nonkilling Arts Research Committee (NKARC) Newsletter. A peace activist, his recent books include: Troubled Pilgrimage: Passage to Pakistan (TSAR/Mawenzi, Toronto, 2013); Quest for Gandhi: A Nonkilling Journey (Center for Global Nonkilling, Hawaii, 2009); and in collaboration with Vijay Tendulkar, Two Plays: The Cyclist and His Fifth Woman (Oxford University Press (India), New-Delhi, 2006). He lives in Ottawa, Canada. Email: email@example.com
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