On the 70th anniversary of the horrific atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagaski, how close are we to a world free of nuclear weapons? In a powerful story of the most destructive invention in human history, this groundbreaking PBS series details how America developed the nuclear bomb, how it changed the world and how […]
The election hasn’t even been called, but we’ve got plenty of resources to help you in the lead up to the Canadian election 2015! Click here to access our new Canada Election Watch 2015 series, which you can access daily for up-to-date tools, resources and news. See image below, for an excerpt of our Election […]
In an effort to provide our Ceasefire supporters and other interested readers with tools and resources in the lead up to the Canadian Federal Election 2015, we are bringing you a new and informative series for all of your election needs. Follow the link: Canada Election Watch 2015, for informative polls, party policies, election analysis, […]
Amanda Connolly, writing for iPolitics, discusses the potentially disturbing implications of so-called “killer robots” for modern warfare (“‘Killer robots’ could spark violence against Canadians, change global power balances: DND,” iPolitics, 19 July 2015). One of the main arguments used by those supporting the development of lethal autonomous weapons — “killer robots”, to use the popular […]
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Peggy Mason, a former Canadian ambassador for disarmament to the UN and President of the Rideau Institute on International Affairs, discusses her views on the recent Iran nuclear deal.