Canada’s commitment to the principles of the Arms Trade Treaty is called into question by deeply flawed accession legislation.
With the USA ramping up its global military activity and eschewing UN-led peace and security efforts, Canada must restore and expand its leadership on war prevention and peaceful conflict resolution.
At UN HQ today over 120 countries adopted a landmark treaty outlawing nuclear weapons, but Canada was not one of them.
Some initial reflections on the legacy of revolutionary Fidel Castro.
We must embrace a UN-centred sustainable peace and common security framework to guide our foreign and defence policy.
Canadians must work hard to counter the pressures on our government from an increasingly militarized American body politic.