Lessons from history are a big theme in today’s blog post as we look at the Iranian protests and the 1962 Cuban missile crisis while continuing to grapple with western intransigence in negotiating a just peace in Ukraine.
Today we consider the danger of power vacuums from coercive regime change, examine Norway’s highwire act with neighbouring Russia and hear from one of Canada’s foremost peace and security experts on the fundamentals of a negotiation to end the war in Ukraine.
Today’s blog features a range of top Canadian experts speaking extremely thoughtfully about the difficulties in putting Canada-China relations on a better footing, and why it really matters that we do so.
The presidency of Joe Biden is an opportunity for Canada to support a new American foreign policy based on military restraint and responsible statecraft. With your help, we will do everything in our power to ensure that Canada embraces it.
We examine the corrupting influence of an out-of-control “military-industrial complex” in America and troubling signs of the same mechanism at work in Canada, undercutting our diplomatic efforts abroad.
Today’s blog will focus on an exciting series of 6 interlinked webinars on The Future of Peacekeeping in the Transition to a More Peaceful World: Why UN peace operations are critical and need to be expanded.