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 examine why a key nuclear treaty review ended in failure, outline some ways forward and build on our ongoing examination of the mainstream media failure to properly inform Canadians about the Ukraine conflict.
This week we examine the last chance for the Iran nuclear deal, Shinzo Abe’s terrible legacy of remilitarization in Japan, weapons trafficking in Ukraine and some very good news about Palestinian studies in Canada.
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’s blog is cautiously optimistic about the results of the Biden-Putin Summit but deplores the anti-China tone of the NATO Summit Communiqué.
The Trump global wrecking ball is in over-drive. Canada must redouble its diplomatic efforts to increase global cooperation with the overwhelming majority of nations who also reject American unilateralism.