The UN Charter commits all member states to urgently pursue a peaceful resolution to armed conflicts. At this holy time for three great religions, let us reassert our common humanity and redouble our peacemaking efforts.
Today’s post penetrates the fog of war in Ukraine and takes another deep dive into the deeply problematic outcomes of NATO’s Madrid Summit.
What can be more important for the “rules based international order” that Foreign Minister Freeland purports to champion than binding nuclear arms control agreements? Canadian leadership please!
Veteran international affairs practitioner Robert Malley of the International Crisis Group previews 10 global conflicts, ongoing or incipient, that bear close scrutiny in 2019.
While the nuclear weapons states continue their build-up, most of the rest of the world is preparing the way for nuclear disarmament.
With North Korea, China, and Russia among the uninvited, it remains to be seen whether the Vancouver Foreign Ministers’ meeting will do more harm than good.