Our blog (now posted mid-day on Friday) examines the daunting challenges facing our newly appointed Foreign and Defence Ministers and how they can rise to successfully meet them. We wish them well!
Tag Archives: Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft
North Korea, Iran nuclear deal and AUKUS nuclear sub updates
How Canada can help South Korea promote security-building dialogue between the U.S. and North Korea; U.S. backsliding in the Iran nuclear talks; and the latest headaches over the AUKUS nuclear sub deal are today’s blog focus.
Glimmers of hope from the Biden-Putin Summit and more
Today’s blog is cautiously optimistic about the results of the Biden-Putin Summit but deplores the anti-China tone of the NATO Summit Communiqué.
Ending (some) war crimes impunity, breaking Iran-US stalemate, Int’l Women’s Day and more
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 […]
Reflections on 2020 and a look ahead
The presidency of Joe Biden is an opportunity for Canada to support a new American foreign policy based on military restraint and responsible statecraft. With your help, we will do everything in our power to ensure that Canada embraces it.