We call on the Government of Canada to demonstrate a commitment to international law commensurate with Canada’s historic role therein and befitting a nation seeking a seat on the UN Security Council.
Canada’s welcome initiative to build international support for a global ceasefire lacks credibility so long as we keep fanning the flames of conflict in Yemen through our continued arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
Crisis Group urges Europeans to mitigate Iranian economic hardship and promote regional security dialogue. Meanwhile, both the U.S. and Canada need to rethink their military roles in Iraq.
Peggy Mason is currently attending the Doha Forum 2019: Reimagining Governance in a Multipolar World. Her full report of the forum sessions and dialogue outcomes will be posted at 6 pm on Tuesday 17 December at 6 pm.
To avert another all-out war in Libya, it is the duty of western countries, including Canada, to ensure strict enforcement of the UN arms embargo and provide full support for the Libya peace process.
With the U.S. Congress poised to end any American military role in Yemen and most of Canada’s allies having already ended their arms exports to Saudi Arabia, when is Canada finally going to do the right thing?