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We need diplomatic leadership from Canada at NATO and in Ukraine

December 4, 2021

NATO’s Strategic Concept review and the first Nuclear Prohibition Treaty meeting are golden opportunities for Canada to regain some diplomatic leadership. As for Ukraine, just getting on the right side of diplomacy will be a big step forward.

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New RI report on Economic Sanctions under International Law and more

November 29, 2021

Today’s blog heralds the launch of a timely new Rideau Institute Report on Economic Sanctions and International Law, by inaugural Senior Fellow, Professor Craig Martin. Updates focus on Huawei and 5G, Ukraine and Israel/Palestine.

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Major global challenges call for a Canadian foreign policy up to the task – help us get there

November 19, 2021

In response to our first fundraiser since the onset of the March 2019 lockdown, can you help us continue our strong, independent and fearless advocacy for a Canadian foreign policy “purpose fit” for the huge global challenges on climate, nature and nuclear weapons, we now face?

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U.S.-China Climate cooperation, Climate [In]Security, Media Repression in India and More (UPDATED)

November 12, 2021

In today’s blog, we examine the “unexpected” USA-China climate cooperation agreement, the interaction of climate and security, Canadian timidity in defending journalists under siege in India and the 100 year old history of the poppy and Remembrance Day in Canada.

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