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Securing Our Common Future: Why Disarmament Matters Today as Much as Ever

Date: February 19, 2020
Reception 3:30-4:00, talk begins at 4:00 pm
Location: FSS 4004, 120 University Private, Ottawa

Presented by: CIPS and the Canadians for a Nuclear Weapons Convention

Ms. Izumi Nakamitsu, the UN Under-Secretary-General and High Representative for Disarmament, bluntly warns that the struggle for nuclear arms control and disarmament is “going backwards” and calls for “a new vision” to re-establish arms control dialogue and negotiations.

Getting to Nuclear Zero: Building Common Security for a Post-MAD World Update

Nuclear weapons pose an existential threat to humankind. But if we are to eliminate them from military arsenals, and displace their role in NATO’s strategic concept, what is the process that will make that happen, what will the world without nuclear weapons look like, and once we achieve that world, how do we sustain it? The Group of 78… Read More »

Conference: Getting to Nuclear Zero / Arriver au Zéro Nucléaire

 Group of 78 Annual Policy Conference 2017  GETTING TO NUCLEAR ZERO BUILDING COMMON SECURITY FOR A POST-MAD WORLD ARRIVER AU ZÉRO NUCLÉAIRE CONSTRUIRE UNE SÉCURITÉ COMMUNE POUR UN MONDE POST–DMA   Group of 78 Annual Policy Conference In cooperation with: The Rideau Institute, the Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, Canadian Voice of Women for Peace, Mines Action Canada,… Read More »

Dr. William Perry speaks about the risks of nuclear weapons

  Dr. Perry offered this video to the Group of 78 to help promote our Policy Conference, GETTING TO NUCLEAR ZERO BUILDING COMMON SECURITY FOR A POST-MAD WORLD. September 22-23, 2017 Dr . Perry was Secretary of Defense under President Bill Clinton from 1994 to 1997, having served as Deputy Secretary in 1993-94; he is currently Professor (emeritus)… Read More »