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Will a minority Liberal government be compelled to address growing nuclear risks?

November 18, 2019

With the NDP and Greens solidly in favour of ending NATO’s reliance on nuclear weapons, will the Liberal minority government rediscover its long lost role as NATO’s “nuclear nag”?

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2019 Moscow Nonproliferation Conference: The big losers were the no-shows

November 13, 2019

Ambassador Peggy Mason gives her assessment of the 10th Annual Moscow Nonproliferation Conference, which sought to identify realistic, practical steps that could be taken to promote greater dialogue and understanding in relation to some of the most fundamental and pressing international security challenges now facing the global community.

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A Canadian foreign policy that practices what it preaches: Part Two

November 4, 2019

Canada urgently needs a full-time Foreign Minister dedicated to rebuilding our diplomatic capacity so that we can develop diplomatic peacemaking and peacebuilding options that are commensurate with the scale of the challenges facing Canada and our global community.

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Canada needs a world class centre focused on strengthening international peace and security

October 28, 2019

In an earlier blog post we highlighted one of the Liberal Party’s foreign policy campaign pledges and the conditions under which we would support it. We wrote: Perhaps the most interesting new [Liberal campaign] proposal — and one which could yield long term results in strengthening Canadian foreign policy development — is the promise to: […]

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