Our blog (now posted mid-day on Friday) examines the daunting challenges facing our newly appointed Foreign and Defence Ministers and how they can rise to successfully meet them. We wish them well!
How Canada can help South Korea promote security-building dialogue between the U.S. and North Korea; U.S. backsliding in the Iran nuclear talks; and the latest headaches over the AUKUS nuclear sub deal are today’s blog focus.
Limits on ballistic missile defences (BMD) are essential for strategic stability and Canada can best support this goal by continuing to reject participation in American BMD.
Today we look at some very sensible independent thinking by New Zealand, consider some surprising information about China and economic reforms, update the Afghanistan situation and lament slow progress in ditching outmoded military mindsets.
Canada will continue to be collateral damage in the U.S. – China strategic competition unless we develop a made-in-Canada policy on China.