Canada’s duty under international humanitarian law is clear. Our government needs to urgently work for an immediate ceasefire, full humanitarian access to Gaza, a halt to any further arms exports to Israel and the release of all hostages.
Our latest blog features the UN Secretary-General’s clarion call for global action to confront “the world of challenges” before us.
Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland spurns a high-level meeting on nuclear dangers hosted by her Swedish counterpart. Meanwhile, she and the Prime Minister remain silent over heightening tensions between Iran and USA.
Get some perspective on the Venezuelan debacle; find out why Amb. McCallum was right about the Huawei extradition case; and get the latest from Prof. Paul Rogers on what we need to do – now – to avert climate catastrophe.
Canada can make an important contribution to building a sustainable peace in Mali, through the provision of peacekeepers and by supporting the crucial non-military aspects of the mandate.
Canada must promote diplomacy and dialogue between the US and North Korea and condemn continued bellicose threats from both sides.