Security hawks have it dead wrong. Conventional, not nuclear-powered, submarines are the right choice for Canada, for nuclear non-proliferation and for global stability.
Today we examine why a foreign influence transparency registry will be much more likely to stifle legitimate political debate than to curtail harmful foreign state interference in Canada.
We examine a new Ukraine peace plan direct from the American mainstream, consider impressive steps by Australia to hold its military accountable and outline what Canada can do to help Israel change direction before it is too late.
In today’s post we ask why Canada has yet to ratify the international ban on dumping waste in developing countries, consider key lessons from NATO allies who attended the historic Ban Treaty conference, examine what a just peace might mean for Ukraine and more.
We examine a new National Security Report that warns of the danger to Canada posed by America’s democratic unravelling, and consider Huawei, Ukraine and NATO group think.
Our blog examines a flawed deal to transfer highly sensitive naval nuclear propulsion technology to Australia, setting a precedent that could lead to significant amounts of fissile material needed for nuclear weapons being removed from international monitoring.