Canada must work with other like-minded European partners to resist Summit Declaration language that endorses new types of, and new roles for, nuclear weapons.
The Liberal government’s about-face on the Conservative motion to freeze Canada-Iran relations signals a lack of the courage necessary to be a principled and effective member of the UN Security Council.
Four experts tackle the question of whether the Singapore Summit has made the world more or less safe from nuclear annihilation.
The concept of sustainable common security offers the prospect of a comprehensive approach to addressing our most pressing global challenges.
Culture, science and public diplomacy are potent tools to advance an innovative Canadian foreign policy focused on collaboration and problem solving. But we have a lot of rebuilding to do after the lost decade under Stephen Harper.