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2021 federal election week one: Climate crisis and peril in Afghanistan

August 23, 2021

Let the federal parties know a leaders’ debate on climate is urgently needed during this election campaign. And learn what steps we now should take on Afghanistan from the folks who accurately predicted the dismal failure of NATO’s Afghan mission as far back as 2006.

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Foreign Policy Issues to ponder while RI takes a short summer break

August 2, 2021

Today’s blog examines the “action-reaction” negative feedback loop that propels nuclear arms racing and how Canada can help stop it; Hiroshima Nagasaki Day commemorations, a Cuba update and more.

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State-sponsored espionage whether Chinese or American puts us all at risk

July 26, 2021

Cyber espionage and the real problem with 5G Technologies To put things in a nutshell, the United States has won its all-in war against Huawei. Those words were written by Wesley Wark, one of Canada’s foremost national security experts, in a commentary we highlighted in our 20 July 2020 blog entitled Canada, Huawei and the […]

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Canada gets Cuba policy right, why DND does not need new subs and much more

July 19, 2021

Assessing Canada’s Cuba policy, why we do not need a new submarine fleet, peace and peril in Afghanistan and the Rideau Institute ranking in the top 40 foreign policy blogs on the planet – these are just some of the topics we cover in today’s blog.

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