Our blog examines a flawed deal to transfer highly sensitive naval nuclear propulsion technology to Australia, setting a precedent that could lead to significant amounts of fissile material needed for nuclear weapons being removed from international monitoring.
Today we look at the causes, costs and consequences of the twenty year U.S.-led global war on terror and the need for Canada to chart a new course based on actual adherence to the democratic values and international legal norms we seek to champion.
Our examination of the Liberal, Conservative, NDP and Green party campaign platforms highlights the urgent need for a new approach to developing and implementing Canadian foreign policy.
In the best interests of the Afghan people, Canada must be part of vital diplomatic efforts to forge an international consensus on possible conditions for the recognition of, and assistance to, the Taliban.
Let the federal parties know a leaders’ debate on climate is urgently needed during this election campaign. And learn what steps we now should take on Afghanistan from the folks who accurately predicted the dismal failure of NATO’s Afghan mission as far back as 2006.
Today’s blog examines the “action-reaction” negative feedback loop that propels nuclear arms racing and how Canada can help stop it. And more!