Our latest blog features the UN Secretary-General’s clarion call for global action to confront “the world of challenges” before us.
We call on Canada to redouble efforts to promote a serious dialogue on how NATO members can begin to close the gap between the Alliance nuclear doctrine and the disarmament obligations of its members under the NPT.
Canada said no to rogue American behaviour in Iraq in 2003. We should do the same regarding Iran in 2020.
With the NDP and Greens solidly in favour of ending NATO’s reliance on nuclear weapons, will the Liberal minority government rediscover its long lost role as NATO’s “nuclear nag”?
The new Ukrainian President has broken with the entrenched political old guard in his country and made peace negotiations with Russia his top priority. Yet, instead of forthrightly supporting this new approach, FM Freeland continues with her same old anti-Russian rhetoric.
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.