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See The Simons Foundation's page on The Canadian Defence Policy Review for briefing papers by Ernie Regehr, O.C., Senior Fellow in Defence Policy and Arctic Security at The Simons Foundation.
All are invited to join Prof. the Hon. Gareth Evans, AC, QC, the world's foremost authority on The Responsibility to Protect (R2P), for this free Public Lecture and Dialogue at 6pm on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue in Vancouver.
We are pleased to congratulate the Hon. Douglas Roche, O.C., a Peace Leader with The Simons Foundation, on his receipt of the Calgary Peace Prize offered by Mount Royal University's Faculty of Arts, Peace Studies Initiative.

By Paul Meyer
Senior Fellow, The Simons Foundation
Published by Room, The Space Journal
January 2017
 

Visit IDN-InDepthNews for this article by Jayantha Dhanapala, a Peace Shaper with The Simons Foundation as a recipient of The Simons Foundation Award for Distinguished Global Leadership in the Service of Peace and Disarmament.
See The Simons Foundation's page on The Canadian Defence Policy Review for briefing papers by Ernie Regehr, O.C., Senior Fellow in Defence Policy and Arctic Security at The Simons Foundation.
Visit Politico Magazine at the link below for this article by Bruce G. Blair, Co-Founder of Global Zero, Research Scholar with the Program on Science and Global Security at Princeton University, and one of The Simons Foundation's Peace Leaders.
See Paul Meyer's contribution to "Reintroducing Disarmament and Cooperative Security into the Toolbox of 21st Century Leaders," a joint report of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and the Centre for International Studies & Diplomacy at SOAS University of London.
See The Simons Foundation's Disarming Arctic Security page for briefing papers on military policies and practices in the Arctic region by Ernie Regehr, Senior Fellow in Defence Policy and Arctic Security at The Simons Foundation.
This compilation of current military facilities in the circumpolar region continues to be offered as an aid to addressing a key question posed by the Canadian Senate more than five years ago: “Is the [Arctic] region again becoming militarized?”