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Course correction long overdue for Global War on Terror

September 13, 2021

Today we look at the causes, costs and consequences of the twenty year U.S.-led global war on terror and the need for Canada to chart a new course based on actual adherence to the democratic values and international legal norms we seek to champion.

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Glimmers of hope from the Biden-Putin Summit and more

June 21, 2021

Today’s blog is cautiously optimistic about the results of the Biden-Putin Summit but deplores the anti-China tone of the NATO Summit Communiqué.

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Canada, Huawei and the role of intelligence agencies in a modern democracy

July 20, 2020

Australia is a cautionary tale, not a country to be emulated, when it comes to balancing national security and human rights. Canada must play for time so as to chart its own course on Huawei and our broader relations with China going forward.

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Canada’s UN Security Council election loss is an urgent wake up call

June 22, 2020

In the wake of our failed Security Council bid, now is the time for Canada to review our foreign policy, rebuild diplomatic capacity and strengthen civil society engagement, while also taking immediate steps to fulfill our declared commitments to foreign aid, peacekeeping, disarmament and international law.

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