Archive » Tag: Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

Canada-US relations, arms trade scrutiny and the CBC Tandem outrage

December 14, 2020

This week we explore the possibility of US partnership rather than dominance, look in on Civil Society testimony before the Foreign Affairs Committee and consider how we can stop a shocking new CBC management initiative to disguise “paid content” – advertising – as news.

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Dicey trade agreements, the economics of nukes, Turkish drones and Canadian gun control

November 2, 2020

Today we examine how a “modernised” Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement bypasses international law; consider the Globe and Mail’s own investigation into Canadian drone technology in Nagorno-Karabakh, and ponder the power of the Canadian gun lobby.

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