Culture, science and public diplomacy are potent tools to advance an innovative Canadian foreign policy focused on collaboration and problem solving. But we have a lot of rebuilding to do after the lost decade under Stephen Harper.
With the USA ramping up its global military activity and eschewing UN-led peace and security efforts, Canada must restore and expand its leadership on war prevention and peaceful conflict resolution.
The election of a pro-engagement President of South Korea offers renewed hope for diplomatic talks with North Korea.
By focusing solely on military responses to peace and security challenges, we have the defence tail wagging the entire dog of global affairs.
Highlights from the March 10th “Pathways to Peace in Iraq and Syria” panel discussion.
Canada is in urgent need of a progressive, innovative, and effective defence and security policy for the 21st Century.