There is much that Canada can do to help conflict resolution processes in Libya, Ukraine, Yemen and elsewhere. Here at home FM Garneau should work to bring Canada into full compliance with our Cluster Munitions Treaty obligations.
Resumption of the Liberal minority Parliament on 27 January offers a golden opportunity for the Prime Minister and his government to build a progressive coalition in favour of tougher gun regulations, resumption of diplomatic relations with Iran and an export control policy that strengthens human rights and international law.
Robert Malley, President of the International Crisis Group, outlines key global trends and 10 ongoing or incipient conflicts to watch in 2019. See: 10 Conflicts to Watch in 2019 (Crisisgroup.org, 28 December 2018). The international order as we know it is unravelling, with no clear sense of what will come in its wake. The danger may […]