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Chemical Weapons

The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, with its 193 Member States, oversees the global endeavour to permanently and verifiably eliminate chemical weapons.

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Nonviolence and Civil Society

It was an obvious question for a civil resistance workshop, but still unnerving. “What would happen if Donald Trump took the White House and tried to invade Canada?”

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Ocean Frontiers

Exploring questions like how is the deep seabed as a new resource frontier being commercialised and exploited in synergy with the environment?

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March 17

Understanding the current Political/Economic World – Book Review: Quinn Slobodian’s Globalists: The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism.

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Climate Crisis, Fascism and the End of Neoliberalism

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February 13

Let Venezuelans Solve Venezuela’s Problems

People need to solve their own problems to build a democracy that is meaningful. Foreign interference is not only unethical in the case of Venezuela today, but ultimately will make matters worse.

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