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‘Massive use of chemical agents’
As of this writing, an estimated 100,000 people in Syria are thought to have been killed since the uprising began in March 2011. Read more >

Violence begets violence
“It is after the attack that the village received guns for its defence. But then the threat to the village was greater. Why? The [rebels] would like to capture the guns.” Read more >

F-35: We told you so
It doesn’t help a bit, but we all take satisfaction from time to time in saying, “We told you so.” Read more >

Would an attack on Iran be legal?
Conspicuously absent from most analyses on the prospect of military action against Iran over its nuclear program is the question of whether an attack by the U.S. or Israel would be consistent with international law. Read more >

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Bertha von Suttner: A Life of Peace

Concert and exhibit
Tuesday May 20, 7:30 p.m.
Conrad Grebel University College, Waterloo
Bertha von Suttner, born in 1843, was in many ways ahead of her times. As an avid pacifist, this remarkable woman was the figurehead of a world-wide peace movement. More

CCC Letter to Baird on Nuclear Weapons

15/04/14 In advance of the Preparatory Committee of the Non-Proliferation Treaty, the Canadian Council of Churches has written a letter to Minister Baird requesting specific actions from the Canadian government. More

Listen: ATT anniversary

Radio Canada International’s Wojtek Gwiazda speaks with Kenneth Epps about the Arms Trade Treaty and why Canada has so far not signed or ratified the treaty. Listen here

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