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New President of South Korea wants diplomacy with North Korea

May 16, 2017

A leading Canadian disarmament expert, Ernie Regehr, makes the case for renewed diplomatic engagement with North Korea as the only sure route to eventual denuclearization: What a U.S. missile defence system and a new president mean for South Korea (Ernie Regehr, OpenCanada.org, 11 May 2017). “While inflammatory rhetoric and military action meant to intimidate have […]

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Countering North Korea’s Nuclear advance

June 28, 2016

Frustration over North Korea’s “slow but steady nuclear advance” has reached the point where even its heretofore staunchest ally, China, has taken the unprecedented step of voting in favour of the latest UN Security Council resolution on North Korea. Resolution 2270 puts in place one of the toughest sanctions regimes ever imposed by the Security […]

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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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