A path to nuclear disarmament leadership

On Jan. 25, Canada assumed the presidency of the 65-nation Conference on Disarmament in Geneva, and the Canadian ambassador presided over the first session of the new year in the august Council Chamber at the Palais des Nations.

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Canada, in the form of disarmament ambassador Marius Grinius (right), must look outside the Conference on Disarmament to move the non-proliferation movement ahead.
Paul Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 02/02/2011 12:00 am EST

On Jan. 25, Canada assumed the presidency of the 65-nation Conference on Disarmament in Geneva, and the Canadian ambassador presided over the first session of the new year in the august Council Chamber at the Palais des Nations.

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