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ICAN campaigners protest outside Australia's permanent mission to the UN at Geneva. Image credit: International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons/Flickr
Yves Engler | Activists will mark a high this week when the UN treaty banning nuclear weapons enters into force. Why has the Trudeau government not signed the treaty?
Podcast
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Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | An interview with Denis Doherty of the Hiroshima Day Committee in Sydney Australia about the relevance of the bombing in 2019.
Columnists
U.S. President Donald Trump addresses military personnel and their families Sunday, June 30, 2019, at Osan Air Base, Korea. Photo: Tia Dufour/The White House/Flickr
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Donald Trump is threatening Iran with "obliteration" as he visits and showers praise on North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, while attempting to deliver nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.
Columnists
Air Force file photo of the first launch of a Trident missile on Jan. 18, 1977 at Cape Canaveral. Photo: Naval Historical Center/Wikimedia Commons
Linda McQuaig | Unlike the climate change battle, where a worldwide movement is managing to push the issue onto the political agenda, the fight to rid the world of nuclear weapons has become regarded as hopeless.
Podcast
Working to reinvigorate Canada's peace movement
Scott Neigh | Longtime peace activists Dave Gehl and Ed Lehman talk about the work of the Regina Peace Council.
Columnists
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | People have been organizing long before Trump to end the 70-year state of war on the Korean Peninsula. Political parties should unite behind the peace movements driving this diplomatic opening.
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North Korea Leader Kim Jong Un meets South Korean union leaders
Penney Kome | Trump's posturing has dominated headlines about the Korean peninsula lately, while it's possible that North Korea's test site has collapsed and is leaking radiation.
Blog
David J. Climenhaga | An official conclusion to the Korean War would be another step toward a multipolar world, which the U.S. political and military establishments are both committed to avoiding.
Columnists
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Trump, who seems to relish saber rattling and antagonizing opponents like the supreme leader of nuclear-armed North Korea, Kim Jong Un, may be pushing us to the brink of nuclear war.
News
Die-in Bourke Street Mall in Melbourne on Sunday April 5, 2009. Photo: Takver/Flickr
Karl Nerenberg | While Parliament honours the anti-nuclear campaign, the Trudeau government refuses to join the effort of more than 120 countries to ban nuclear weapons. Critics wonder why.
Podcast
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Jiselle Hanna, Piergiorgio Moro | Koreans still have a vivid history of the last war in the 1950s. Workers are at the forefront of the efforts to stop another conflict breaking out.
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Yves Engler | Canada wasn't a 'nuclear nag.' If one were to rank the world's 200 countries in order of their contribution to the nuclear arms race Canada would fall just behind the nine nuclear armed states.