We examine why a key nuclear treaty review ended in failure, outline some ways forward and build on our ongoing examination of the mainstream media failure to properly inform Canadians about the Ukraine conflict.
The UN and Turkey broker a Russia-Ukraine deal on grain exports, the climate crisis worsens, China threat inflation helps no one and we are going on a summer break!
In the best interests of the Afghan people, Canada must be part of vital diplomatic efforts to forge an international consensus on possible conditions for the recognition of, and assistance to, the Taliban.
It is no exaggeration to say that nuclear weapons are a danger to the entire planet. Canada must work harder to advance both nuclear and conventional arms control.
This week we celebrate the coming into force of the new nuclear ban treaty and we consider how Canada can rebuild and retool its diplomatic capacity to help nurture a genuinely progressive American foreign policy.
Read about, and register for, a lively and timely panel discussion, two days before the UN vote takes place, on Canada’s bid for a seat on the UN Security Council for a two-year period beginning in 2021.