Preliminary examination of Canada’s national implementing legislation for the Arms Trade Treaty reveals some serious concerns.
More analysis on whether Canada’s impending accession to the Arms Trade Treaty will really inhibit arms exports to problem destinations.
Part One of a series examining Canada’s legislation acceding to the historic Arms Trade Treaty.
Liberals vote against motion for arms export control sub-committee.
Canada’s sordid Saudi arms deal
Should Canada be doing business with Saudi Arabia? Michael’s essay