Cuban missile crisis provides 60 years of lessons
The Cuba crisis ended because sober heads were allowed room to discuss the peaceful route away from Doomsday. This is our urgent task now, too, and Canada has to get ready to help.
With Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, left, weathering the invasion from Russian President Vladimir Putin, the global community faces the same risk of escalation as in the 1960s and the same possibility of positive transformation. Photographs courtesy of Flickr and Wikimedia Commons