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Some new foreign policy promises from the Trudeau Liberals. Are they credible?

October 6, 2019

Three new Liberal campaign promises will strengthen Canada’s contribution to international peace and security if and only if they are actually fully implemented. So the Prime Minister needs to demonstrate these commitments are credible.

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Oil, politics, conflict and Canada

October 9, 2018

A new book by Canadian energy economist John Foster shines a light on the dark geopolitics of oil and gas. It uncovers the complex and hidden motivations of governments, including our own, that lie behind military interventions, crippling sanctions and other actions in our name.  See: Oil and World Politics – The real story of today’s […]

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Paul Rogers: Dangerous Signals in Trump’s State of the Union Address

February 6, 2018

In this trenchant analysis, Professor Paul Rogers, who has been cataloguing the manifest failures of the “war on terror” since its inception, demonstrates how President Trump appears determined to continue this folly. [George W. Bush] crafted not a new American century leading to a more peaceful world, but a wasteland: sixteen years of war, hundreds of […]

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New publication on Canada and UN peacekeeping

November 16, 2017

With the United Nations Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial conference having taken place in Vancouver earlier this week, the World Federalist Movement Canada has released the 2017 edition of “The United Nations and Canada: What Canada has done and should be doing for UN peace operations”, a collection of ten articles by civil society experts on the state of Canada’s involvement with international […]

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