This week we look at strengthening the Ukraine peace deal, ending loose talk on nuclear war fighting, confronting America’s double standard on territorial integrity, addressing urgent needs in Afghanistan and more.
It’s not too soon to start thinking about the upcoming federal election. We are working hard to ensure there will be vigorous debate of Canada’s new arms export policy, the lack of leadership on nuclear disarmament and the need to do much, much more in support of UN peacekeeping.
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.
Around the terrible anniversaries of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings, call on Prime Minister Trudeau to urgently meet with nuclear disarmament campaigner and Hiroshima nuclear bomb survivor Setsuko Thurlow.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau must join with other NATO leaders to ensure that the Trump–Putin Summit in Helsinki, Finland on 16 July is a successful one for arms control and global security.
The leaked U.S. nuclear weapons memo to Canada and NATO is ugly, shameless, and utterly bullying . . .