Archive » Tag: Federation of American Scientists

Foreign Policy Issues to ponder while RI takes a short summer break

August 2, 2021

Today’s blog examines the “action-reaction” negative feedback loop that propels nuclear arms racing and how Canada can help stop it; Hiroshima Nagasaki Day commemorations, a Cuba update and more.

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Dicey trade agreements, the economics of nukes, Turkish drones and Canadian gun control

November 2, 2020

Today we examine how a “modernised” Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement bypasses international law; consider the Globe and Mail’s own investigation into Canadian drone technology in Nagorno-Karabakh, and ponder the power of the Canadian gun lobby.

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Nuclear Security requires Nuclear Disarmament

April 2, 2016

by Peggy Mason, Rideau Institute President and a former Canadian Ambassador for Disarmament Leaders from more than 50 countries including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met in Washington on Thursday and Friday at a Nuclear Security Summit dedicated to keeping nuclear bomb making materials out of the hands of terrorists. To stave off this horrifying […]

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