Category Archives: Disarmament

Report of the Independent International Commission on Syria

Please see here for the full report from the nineteenth session of the U.N. Human Rights Council. Advertisements

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Can NGOs, Non-profits and Activists Co-operate?

A research paper by UNA-Canada Victoria Branch Director Mark Reed on the feasibility of local NGOs/NPGs and activists co-operating on diverse joint projects from discrimination to human rights. Read the full text here.

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Arms and the Corrupt Man – NYTimes.com

In the murky and corrupt world of international arms trading governments remain complicit as long as interests may be met.  Arms and the Corrupt Man – NYTimes.com.

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U.N. Agency Says Iran Data Points to A-Bomb Work – NYTimes.com

U.N. Agency Says Iran Data Points to A-Bomb Work – NYTimes.com.

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Ahmadinejad vows Iran won’t retreat ‘an iota’ from its nuclear path – The Globe and Mail

Ahmadinejad vows Iran won’t retreat ‘an iota’ from its nuclear path – The Globe and Mail.

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The Bloated Nuclear Weapons Budget – NYTimes.com

In a time when all expenditures in the U.S. military budget must be tightly scrutinized and justified, a New York Times Editorial outlines some important steps to be taken if the U.S. is to see the best return on investment … Continue reading

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