Magnitude of Ukraine crisis cannot be overstated, and the international system is marked by chaos
Vladimir Putin, in a strange way, has issued a wake-up call to all governments: the use of nuclear weapons is coming unless we strengthen the international system to get rid of them. Though enraged at the catastrophic mistakes made by the political systems in not embracing the principles and practices of common secret, I’m invigorated anew to keep telling the Government of Canada: we have a responsibility as a NATO state to work to end all nuclear weapons.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, pictured. The Russian president is displaying all the hallmarks of unleashed grievance. You don’t have to be a psychiatrist to see a tormented mind giving orders for full attack if he is thwarted from taking over Ukraine, writes Doug Roche.
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