At UN HQ today over 120 countries adopted a landmark treaty outlawing nuclear weapons, but Canada was not one of them.
Canada has the opportunity to get it right this time by voting YES to the UN resolution launching historic negotiations to outlaw nuclear weapons.
Canada has an opportunity to make things right when the UN General Assembly votes on a historic nuclear disarmament resolution in early December.
Canada’s NO vote on the solution to launch a negotiation in 2017 to ban nuclear weapons puts it on the wrong side of history.
The 2nd Conference on the Arms Trade Treaty highlights flagrant violations of the treaty by the UK, France, and the USA.
Paul Rogers, writing for Opendemocracy.net, provides a clear analysis of the evolution of ISIS and the western worlds’ failure to find a way out of the trap cast by ISIS (“ISIS’s plan, and the west’s trap”, Opendemocracy.net, 27 November, 2015). Tactics employed by ISIS have continued to change but the West has failed to adapt, […]