What Others Say
"No Time To Kill is a fascinating and informative work. It will be a valuable addition to my research library. Thanks for the valuable book."
"Your book contains a mine of useful information on the suffering that conflict has caused mankind over the millennia."
FW de Klerk, former President of South Africa
Recipient of 1993 Nobel Peace Prize
"Warmest congratulations on your initiative, not to mention your capacity to go straight to the heart of these complex issues, and to recognise the real elements of danger for us all in the continued retention of nuclear weapons."
Robert J. O’Neill, Former Chairman of the Council, International Institute for Strategic Studies, Professor Emeritus of the History of War,
All Souls College, University of Oxford
"I appreciate your efforts to promote a world without war and without weapons of mass destruction."
Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town,
recipient of 1984 Nobel Peace Prize
"It is a great thing you are doing."
Richard L. Garwin, Physicist,
Recipient of National Medal of Science,
Designer of First Hydrogen Bomb
"No Time To Kill is an important and persuasive contribution."
Ambassador Robert Grey, Director of the Bipartisan Security Group
"Your book is attractive, impressive, effective, and powerful."
Sidney Drell, Professor Emeritus
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford University
"I think your material is insightful to an extraordinary degree for someone who does not live inside the fishbowl of arms control work as I do."
Jonathan Granoff, President,
Global Security Institute
"Congratulations on your manuscript which covers important issues in an interesting and engaging way."
Julie Enszer, Executive Director,
Nuclear Policy Research Institute
"Your book is fascinating and important."
Robin Fox, Professor of Anthropology,
"It seems an appropriate time to study and discuss the unbelievable horrors that accompany any use of these ghastly weapons."
Alexandria Ravenelle, Director,
The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity
"I am greatly impressed by a businessman who has taken the time and trouble to research such a serious issue and then to propagate his views. Your informed and passionate concern for peace is something I heartily endorse."
The Right Reverend John Sentamu,
Archbishop of York
"I admire your passion about this topic and your inventive way of capturing people’s attention."
Deborah Lipstadt, Professor of Modern Jewish and Holocaust Studies,
Emory University, author of History on Trial
"I am delighted to hear of your interest in writing, especially in order to educate people about WMDs.
I wish you the very best with No Time To Kill."
Pat Conroy, author
"I applaud your effort to remind Americans (and the world) of the pressing need for nuclear disarmament,
as well as the need for a strong effort to control chemical and biological weaponry."
Stephen Schlesinger, Director,
World Policy Institute
"Well done and enormously relevant. Best wishes on this important and urgently needed venture."
Charles Kimball, Professor of World Religion and Christian Mission,
Wake Forest University
"The topic could not be more important and your positive engagement with the issues is very timely.
Your emphasis on robust international law goes straight to the point."
David Held, Professor of Political Science,
The London School of Economics and Political Science
"No Time To Kill is very well researched and presented. I wish you the best of luck with having your book widely read and your message widely understood."
Eric Chivian, M.D., Director,
Center for Health and the Global Environment, Harvard Medical School,
Co-founder, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War,
recipient of 1985 Nobel Peace Prize
"I would like to congratulate you warmly on an outstanding assessment of the perils of modern weaponry and prescription for moving the world closer to security, not to mention sanity."
Hon. Douglas Roche, O.C., Chairman, Middle Powers Initiative
"I couldn't agree with you more about your conclusion regarding WMDs."
Noam Chomsky, Professor of Linguistics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"No Time To Kill is an eloquent plea for peace among nations and a warning against the accumulation of deadly weapons. It is full of important information, and I hope it will be widely read."
Howard Zinn, Professor emeritus at Boston University
"I think you have done an amazing job with No Time To Kill, and covered both the problem, and the motivation for doing something about it, as well or better than anyone. No Time To Kill is packed with helpful facts and figures, and I'm sure I will refer to it time and again."
Philip E. Coyle, III, Senior Advisor, Center for Defense Information
"Your book is a very useful—and very readable—compendium of information on issues that are of great importance today."
Lawrence S. Wittner,
Professor of History, State University of New York
"Your book is filled with fascinating facts, as well as a superior blend of reason and passion. I was mightily impressed, and I will cherish it."
Frederick N. Mattis, scholar of nuclear and chem-bio weapons,
author of Banning Weapons of Mass Destruction
"I don't think I've seen a more comprehensive treatment of virtually all of the major issues surrounding the problems of war and peace in one book. I am utterly amazed at how well you have captured the essence of these issues and the various proposals you offer. Your writing is truly superb and your explanations are very clear."
Bill Wickersham, Adjunct Professor of Peace Studies