In honour of UN Day on October 24th, we recall the enduring values of the UN Charter, take stock of progress toward peace in Libya, applaud Biden proposals to lower nuclear risks and challenge Canada to turn from laggard to leader in managing arms exports responsibly.
Add your voice to the nine national peace organizations calling for prompt and decisive action by the Government of Canada to start a long-overdue dialogue in NATO on nuclear disarmament.
Two important civil society gatherings on urgent next steps to stave off nuclear catastrophe and start making real progress towards nuclear disarmament.
Canada has an opportunity to make things right when the UN General Assembly votes on a historic nuclear disarmament resolution in early December.
NATO leaders approved a new Strategic Concept document at their Lisbon summit meeting on Friday. The document lays out NATO’s vision of its role in the world, the Alliance’s goals, and how Alliance members intend to pursue those goals. Among other elements, it also spells out the fundamental tenets of NATO’s nuclear weapons policy. On […]
NATO heads of state and government will meet in Lisbon on the 19th to the 21st of November. On the agenda: approval of a new Strategic Concept document for the Alliance, including a rewrite of NATO nuclear policy; a decision on European NATO missile defence; discussion of the war in Afghanistan; relations with Russia; and other issues. The […]