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.
This week we examine the last chance for the Iran nuclear deal, Shinzo Abe’s terrible legacy of remilitarization in Japan, weapons trafficking in Ukraine and some very good news about Palestinian studies in Canada.
We examine more possibilities for a negotiated settlement in Ukraine, discuss dismal prospects on the Iran nuclear deal, touch on the unnerving election results in the Philippines and end with shocking events in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Today we examine some really good news on U.S. space policy, consider a key attitudinal shift needed in Canada’s spy agency and more.
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.
It is urgent that we find out exactly why Canada is failing to strictly adhere to national and international obligations in relation to war crimes.