Today we examine new opportunities for peace in Ukraine with President Zelensky’s positive response to China’s peace plan, consider heightened risks from using Artificial Intelligence in nuclear command systems and much more.
We examine some key lessons from the Ukraine conflict and ask whether leaders are heeding them. And we look at the need to balance national security concerns with academic freedom and vital scientific collaboration.
Canadian mediation in Cameroon, constructive co-existence with China, startling Ukraine developments, the origins of Canada’s arms export policy and new space risks are all topics in today’s post.
An updated US policy on AI-enhanced weapons that kill without meaningful human intervention, growing mainstream expert support for a Ukraine-Russia peace process, and calls to end the silence over Israel’s “descent of democracy” are all topics in this week’s blog post.
We consider two more voices arguing for a negotiated end to the Ukraine war, assess Israel’s deadly spyware exports, consider more economic challenges and welcome some inspired Canadian leadership to reduce space threats.
Today we examine how a very bad idea by Deputy Minister Freeland can be reoriented away from exacerbating global tensions and weakening the UN toward creative diplomatic collaborations with the opposite effect.