The upcoming NATO Summit is expected to establish an expert group to study the future of the Alliance, providing a golden opportunity for Canada to ensure nuclear arms control and reduced reliance on nuclear weapons are part of the group’s remit.
Read about the challenges facing our new Foreign Minister, from a disastrous Saudi arms export review signed off by Freeland just before her departure, to a glimmer of light in Canada’s policy on Palestine and international law, progress on Ukraine and much more!
With the NDP and Greens solidly in favour of ending NATO’s reliance on nuclear weapons, will the Liberal minority government rediscover its long lost role as NATO’s “nuclear nag”?
The 10th Annual Moscow Nonproliferation Conference showcased wide-ranging discussion of realistic, practical steps that could be taken to promote greater dialogue and understanding in relation to the most fundamental and pressing international security challenges now facing the global community.
Canada needs a full-time Foreign Minister, dedicated to rebuilding our diplomatic capacity, with the aim of implementing a feminist foreign policy with UN-led conflict prevention and peaceful conflict resolution at its core.
Let parliamentary collaboration begin well with legislation to establish a new world-class Canadian centre dedicated to strengthening international peace and security.