Find out how Canada can directly contribute to the Ukraine-Russia, peace negotiations, why the F-35 fighter jet deal is catastrophically bad and much more in today’s blog post.
Our blog (now posted mid-day on Friday) examines the daunting challenges facing our newly appointed Foreign and Defence Ministers and how they can rise to successfully meet them. We wish them well!
This week’s blog is chock full of important international developments including an end to American support for the war in Yemen and a pivotal decision of the International Criminal Court that it has jurisdiction over war crimes in Palestine. We also delve into the murky world of cyber attacks.
Against the backdrop of an incessantly slow vote count, exhausted, anxious and distracted folk at Ceasefire.ca have nonetheless managed to highlight some of the key foreign policy changes in a new Biden administration.
As jurisdictions across the country are grappling with calls to fundamentally reform our police services, we call on the Government of Canada to urgently review public security cooperation agreements with Israel in that light.
We call on Canada to put its actions where its rhetoric is by nullifying all provisions in its free trade agreement with Israel that do not accord with international law, and to defend the independence of the ICC from renewed US attacks.