Security hawks have it dead wrong. Conventional, not nuclear-powered, submarines are the right choice for Canada, for nuclear non-proliferation and for global stability.
Canada wasn’t snubbed in the misguided AUKUS submarine deal and neither was New Zealand, which is also trying to pursue a nuanced engagement policy with China.
Today’s blog features an innovative China-USA research partnership on cyber stability, internal dissension in the Biden administration over the Iran nuclear deal, and a great new poll on what Canadians think of nuclear disarmament (they want it).
We call on Canada to demonstrate “strict adherence to the rule of law and respect for human rights” by taking an unequivocal stand against the illegal sanctioning of humanitarian goods.
Civil society conference proposes meaningful steps for Canada toward global nuclear disarmament.
Canada must stop undermining negotiations and show leadership on nuclear disarmament.