Today we examine a profoundly troubling NDP-led unanimous motion in Parliament to extend, instead of abolish, the infamous Terrorist Entities List. On a happier note we look at progress toward reinstating the Iran nuclear deal, a suspension of U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia and much more!
Videos now available for RI co-hosed February 2021 Arctic Security Webinar Series. This webinar series was intended for a broad audience, including members of Canadian peace groups, other non-governmental organizations with a policy focus, students, parliamentarians, civil servants, the Canadian Armed Forces, and the interested public.
Event date: Wednesday, February 3, 2021, from 3:00 – 4:30 pm EST We are delighted to announce our grand finale webinar in the Group of 78 six-session series of Webinars on: The Future of UN Peacekeeping in the Transition to a More Peaceful World: Why UN peace operations are critical and need to be expanded. […]
This week we celebrate the coming into force of the new nuclear ban treaty and we consider how Canada can rebuild and retool its diplomatic capacity to help nurture a genuinely progressive American foreign policy.
Read about an upcoming civil society briefing to Canadian Senators on the historic nuclear ban treaty, a series of deadly foreign policy landmines being laid by the outgoing Trump administration and more thoughts on how Biden can re-engage on nuclear arms control, on trade with China and on the Iran nuclear deal.
On 11 Jan 2021 RI President Peggy Mason joined two other panelists and host Steve Paikin to consider major foreign policy challenges in 2021.