Today we examine the last chance for the Iran nuclear deal, Shinzo Abe’s terrible legacy of remilitarization in Japan, weapons trafficking in Ukraine and some very good news about Palestinian studies in Canada.
This week we look at the perilous state of the Iran nuclear deal and the international implications of new North Korean missile tests. And we consider pre-election puffery from federal Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer.
The 2019 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference in Washington, D.C., assesses current troubling trends in nuclear non-proliferation, arms control and disarmament. Among the more than 800 attendees was former Canadian Disarmament Ambassador Paul Meyer.