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Stories by Earl Turcotte

We’ve all got a stake in this and there is no time to waste

Opinion|By Earl Turcotte
If a commitment to peace rather than military and economic might were the main consideration, permanent membership to the Security Council might more appropriately be granted to New Zealand, Norway, Ireland, Austria.
Opinion|By Earl Turcotte
The COVID crisis might also serve as a cautionary tale, helping us to appreciate the fragility of life and avoid threats to humanity that are within our control.
Opinion|By Earl Turcotte
On June 11, the U.S. joint chiefs released a document simply entitled 'Nuclear Operations,' the first such doctrine paper in 14 years, and one that marks a major shift in U.S. military thinking towards the idea of fighting and winning a nuclear war.
The alarm has been sounded, time and again. Not only by the so-called peaceniks, but also by successive secretaries general of the UN, Nobel laureates, and even old Cold Warriors.
Opinion|By Earl Turcotte
It’s time for global action and for Canada to engage in creative, muscular nuclear diplomacy.

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