Today we assess the risk of nuclear use in Ukraine, examine potential democratic gains in Africa, the Middle East, and even the USA versus some negative trends at both the federal and provincial level in Canada.
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Afghanistan, Ukraine updates and Canada in cyberspace
We examine deplorable inaction by Canada that is costing lives in Afghanistan, update on Ukraine and a potential fracturing of European unity over soaring energy prices and end with high praise for Canada’s new position on cyberspace in international law.
Will a minority Liberal government be compelled to address growing nuclear risks?
With the NDP and Greens solidly in favour of ending NATO’s reliance on nuclear weapons, will the Liberal minority government rediscover its long lost role as NATO’s “nuclear nag”?
Despite everything Iran is still complying with the nuclear deal
Despite rising threats and increasing economic strangulation by the USA, Iran continues to abide by its obligations under the nuclear deal which the USA walked away from a year ago.
President Trump violates Iran nuclear deal
Instead of building on the Iran nuclear deal, President Trump has chosen to unilaterally abandon it, with no discernible plan in place for what comes next.
Civil society conference offers practical way forward on nuclear disarmament
Civil society conference proposes meaningful steps for Canada toward global nuclear disarmament.