Before Canada can get anything out of the reinvigorated relationship with the UN, it will have to give quite a bit.
Human rights issues are very much in the public eye and need exposure. Paul Dewar fits the bill.
I walked a full block jammed with blue-shirted NYPD officers, security and news vehicles. Then, a sergeant spotted me. “Come with me,” he said.
There’s no guarantee that 2015 will bring us peace and happiness, but there are scheduled events that have the capacity for moving the world’s human security agenda forward.
The failure of the major powers to overcome their narrow, short-term interests has crippled the UN’s ability to enforce the peace and security of the world.
Forget the ugly, violent summer of 2014. The world as a whole now has the most hopeful prospect for peace in the last several centuries.
The Senate committee's report makes some key assertions without substantiation and ignores other relevant factors.
We should not fall into the trap of equating technological progress with moral progress.