Find out how Canada can directly contribute to the Ukraine-Russia, peace negotiations, why the F-35 fighter jet deal is catastrophically bad and much more in today’s blog post.
Tag Archives: Saudi Arabia
Updated: Lessons still unlearned from Global War on Terror
Today we look at the causes, costs and consequences of the twenty year U.S.-led global war on terror and the need for Canada to chart a new course based on actual adherence to the democratic values and international legal norms we seek to champion.
Aid versus arms, Palestinian rights, DND disinformation update and more
On World Children’s Day, we look at the conflict between Canada’s arms export and humanitarian aid policies, review a little good news in our UN voting on Palestinian rights and consider how we might help stave off catastrophe in the horn of Africa.
Saudi humiliation, Iranian torment, the war in Nagorno-Karabakh and weaning Canada off its arms dealer addiction
By taking tough steps to drastically reduce the possibility of Canadian-made armaments fueling conflict and human misery, Canada can demonstrate real leadership. Find out more in today’s blog.
Ottawa panel assesses Justin Trudeau foreign policy
What concept typifies foreign policy under the Justin Trudeau Liberals? Read the details of Canada’s retreat from nuclear disarmament stalwart to nuclear weapons apologist. And is Canada really back?
A foreign policy that practices what it preaches: Part One
On Canada’s role in the global arms trade, in responding to the growing nuclear peril, and in helping end the dangerous American confrontation with Iran, the Justin Trudeau Liberals need concrete, credible and courageous diplomatic peacemaking and peacebuilding options.