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Calculating the risks for Ukraine, Israel spyware update, reducing space threats and more

January 22, 2023

We consider two more voices arguing for a negotiated end to the Ukraine war, assess Israel’s deadly spyware exports, consider more economic challenges and welcome some inspired Canadian leadership to reduce space threats.

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Against a rising tide of militarism we work for peace and human security

December 18, 2022

In our only general fundraiser for 2022 and our last post of the year, we seek your support in our relentless efforts to keep Ukraine diplomacy and human security building alive against a rising tide of global militarism.

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UK summit expected to launch “expert group” on future of “brain-dead” NATO

December 2, 2019

NATO is about to mark its 70th anniversary with a summit-level meeting in Watford (just north of London), England. This has spawned even more interesting headlines than usual, given President Trump’s somewhat hostile relationship with the transatlantic alliance.  See for example: Trump is entering another NATO summit all alone, with even his ally Boris Johnson […]

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Without arms control, hypersonic weapons will magnify already growing nuclear dangers

July 15, 2019

With the USA, Russia and China now engaged in an arms race to develop terrifying new “hypersonic weapons” of unimaginable speed and maneuverability, we call on Canada to champion urgently needed multilateral arms control talks.

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