The path towards eliminating nukes is clear-cut


by Douglas Roche
March 9, 2011


Two events have coincided to give the Canadian government a powerful opportunity to play a key role in the growing effort to rid the world of nuclear weapons.

Both the Senate and the House of Commons have unanimously adopted a motion calling on the government “to deploy a major worldwide Canadian diplomatic initiative” for nuclear disarmament. At the same time, a draft resolution asking Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon to convene a diplomatic conference in 2014 to start negotiating a legal ban on nuclear weapons is circulating among governments.



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