Today’s blog features an innovative China-USA research partnership on cyber stability, internal dissension in the Biden administration over the Iran nuclear deal, and a great new poll on what Canadians think of nuclear disarmament (they want it).
In this Good Friday blog, we feature some good news on conflict resolution, renewed hope on the Iran nuclear deal, and a closer look at a wonderful little book on how to advance an international peace and security agenda based on cooperation and meeting basic human needs.
It is time for Biden to demonstrate his commitment to reducing, not exacerbating, nuclear tensions. And it is time for Canada to rejuvenate past efforts to strengthen the institutional framework of the NPT, so that it might better respond to current and emerging nuclear risks.
It is no exaggeration to say that nuclear weapons are a danger to the entire planet. Canada must work harder to advance both nuclear and conventional arms control.
The only way Afghanistan can build sustainable peace is through a comprehensive peace process, a fundamental lesson that Canada and NATO have still failed to learn.
Today’s blog examines the international reaction to the ICC investigation of war crimes in Palestine; considers ways to end the dangerous diplomatic impasse in efforts to reinstate the Iran nuclear deal, digs into new Biden administration guidance on arms control and strategic stability and outlines some of the many ways to celebrate International Women’s Day […]