Today we examine new opportunities for peace in Ukraine with President Zelensky’s positive response to China’s peace plan, consider heightened risks from using Artificial Intelligence in nuclear command systems and much more.
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Ukraine, nuclear risks and a Canadian foreign service up to the task
Today we examine why a prudent approach to the nuclear risks in Ukraine must include support for diplomacy and we consider how to equip Canada’s foreign service with the tools it needs for today’s monumental global challenges.
We need a peace deal to end this war
This terrible conflict is wreaking havoc in Ukraine and on the global economy. We examine the prospects for a peace deal and what Canada can do to help Ukraine achieve it.
Russian invasion of Ukraine grinds on amidst global condemnation
As the horror of the Ukraine conflict continues to unfold, we examine steps being taken by the UN and the International Criminal Court and ask if NATO misled President Zelensky in the lead up to the invasion.
Climate change, Israel and human rights, Canadian subs update and tribute to peace activist Jordan Bishop
Learn some surprisingly good information about China and COP26, some very bad news about Israeli human rights abuses, why we still don’t need naval submarines and gain insight into a good life, very well-lived.
Glimmers of hope from the Biden-Putin Summit and more
Today’s blog is cautiously optimistic about the results of the Biden-Putin Summit but deplores the anti-China tone of the NATO Summit Communiqué.