We examine deplorable inaction by Canada that is costing lives in Afghanistan, update on Ukraine and a potential fracturing of European unity over soaring energy prices and end with high praise for Canada’s new position on cyberspace in international law.
Tag Archives: Afghanistan
The voices for diplomatic peacemaking will not be silenced plus Afghan update
Our topics include the role of the media in stifling discussion of diplomatic options for Ukraine, legitimate debate versus disinformation and some excellent recommendations from the Special Committee on Afghanistan.
A peace deal is possible: we all have a role to play
This week we look at strengthening the Ukraine peace deal, ending loose talk on nuclear war fighting, confronting America’s double standard on territorial integrity, addressing urgent needs in Afghanistan and more.
Can Canada emulate New Zealand with some independent security thinking?
Today we look at some very sensible independent thinking by New Zealand, consider some surprising information about China and economic reforms, update the Afghanistan situation and lament slow progress in ditching outmoded military mindsets.
Aussie/UK/US pact threatens global efforts to stem spread of nukes
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.
Gun control, space security, Afghanistan and re-imagining Canada in the world
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.