The only thing more shocking than the Conference on Disarmament's dysfunctionality has been the willingness of leading states to tolerate it.
The contradiction between the security interests of the vast majority of states and those of the nuclear-armed states will only continue to build.
Will it be a fresh start or a false start for global cyber security after the Obama-Xi summit?
At outer space code of conduct talks in July, the Canadians tried to walk the narrow line between the BRICS and American positions.
Deal heartening to witness in a region that has seen more than its share of bloodshed.
An official statement argues that 'a treaty banning nuclear weapons, without the endorsement of the main stakeholders, risks undermining the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.'
The five nuclear weapon states have been less than enthusiastic about the humanitarian initiative.
We need a set of global norms for responsible cyber conduct.
The Senate committee's report makes some key assertions without substantiation and ignores other relevant factors.