Today’s blog features an innovative China-USA research partnership on cyber stability, internal dissension in the Biden administration over the Iran nuclear deal, and a great new poll on what Canadians think of nuclear disarmament (they want it).
In this Good Friday blog, we feature some good news on conflict resolution, renewed hope on the Iran nuclear deal, and a closer look at a wonderful little book on how to advance an international peace and security agenda based on cooperation and meeting basic human needs.
Today’s blog examines the international reaction to the ICC investigation of war crimes in Palestine; considers ways to end the dangerous diplomatic impasse in efforts to reinstate the Iran nuclear deal, digs into new Biden administration guidance on arms control and strategic stability and outlines some of the many ways to celebrate International Women’s Day […]
Today’s blog highlights failing efforts of the Trump administration to kill off the Iran nuclear deal once and for all, measures to respond to Belarus unrest without inflaming East-West tensions and the new Conservative leader’s retrograde plan to take Canadian gun control back to the days before the Montreal massacre.
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.
On Canada’s role in the global arms trade, in responding to the growing nuclear peril, and in helping end the dangerous American confrontation with Iran, the Justin Trudeau Liberals need concrete, credible and courageous diplomatic peacemaking and peacebuilding options.