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Zelensky still wants to negotiate, Iran nuclear deal falters, deadly killing in West Bank and more

May 14, 2022

We examine more possibilities for a negotiated settlement in Ukraine, discuss dismal prospects on the Iran nuclear deal, touch on the unnerving election results in the Philippines and end with shocking events in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

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Choosing peace over blood and ashes in Ukraine

May 7, 2022

This week’s post examines the role of a revitalized peace process in reducing nuclear risks and ending this terrible conflict. We also urge our Government and Parliamentarians to practice what they preach when seeking to hold Russia to legal account.

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U.S. seeks an “Outer Space free from conflict,” CSIS shortcomings and more

April 30, 2022

NEW U.S. POLICY TO KEEP OUTER SPACE FREE FROM CONFLICT Readers may recall that, back in our 6 September 2021 blog item on space security, we highlighted a private sector and civil society letter calling for a ban on anti-satellite (ASAT) weapon testing: The letter begins: The undersigned urge the United Nations General Assembly to […]

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Can UN chief help bring peace to Ukraine? Building Arctic security and more

April 23, 2022

Today we ask – can the UN Chief help bring peace to Ukraine? We urge greater clarity in our defence budget, discuss tensions in the Arctic and on the Korean peninsula and end with another message from the UN Secretary-General.

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