This terrible conflict is wreaking havoc in Ukraine and on the global economy. We examine the prospects for a peace deal and what Canada can do to help Ukraine achieve it.
As the horror of the Ukraine conflict continues to unfold, we examine steps being taken by the UN and the International Criminal Court and ask if NATO misled President Zelensky in the lead up to the invasion.
As the crisis in Ukraine heightens, we examine new diplomatic openings to avert catastrophe. And we take a deep dive into the implications of invoking the Emergencies Act to end the Ottawa occupation.
Today we examine the apparent CSIS failure to anticipate a possible far right plan to subvert Canadian democracy; and we highlight diplomatic progress over Ukraine despite the high octane rhetoric and military posturing.
In today’s blog post we look at continuing diplomacy in Ukraine, the reasons behind North Korea’s flurry of missile test launches and the urgency of donor action to stave off utter catastrophe in Afghanistan.
There is much that Canada can do to help conflict resolution processes in Libya, Ukraine, Yemen and elsewhere. Here at home, FM Garneau should work to bring Canada into full compliance with our Cluster Munitions Treaty obligations.