We examine why a key nuclear treaty review ended in failure, outline some ways forward and build on our ongoing examination of the mainstream media failure to properly inform Canadians about the Ukraine conflict.
Tag Archives: David Pugliese
2021 federal election week one: Climate crisis and peril in Afghanistan
Let the federal parties know a leaders’ debate on climate is urgently needed during this election campaign. And learn what steps we now should take on Afghanistan from the folks who accurately predicted the dismal failure of NATO’s Afghan mission as far back as 2006.
Defence Minister Sajjan cancels military plan targeting Canadians for deception operations
Cancellation of DND plans to influence Canadians through propaganda and other deception operations is the first step. Robust, ethically-based policy that clearly differentiates between activities to inform Canadians and operations targeting adversaries is the second.
Latest on USA-Iran Confrontation and Canada’s military role in Iraq
Crisis Group urges Europeans to mitigate Iranian economic hardship and promote regional security dialogue. Meanwhile, both the U.S. and Canada need to rethink their military roles in Iraq.
Pugliese: How NATO backed Russia into a corner
“…to find solutions, we have to be able to take into account what others perceive as their legitimate security concerns,” said Peggy Mason, President of the Rideau Institute.
Harper’s cuts delay search & rescue replacement
The Harper government’s hiring freeze has delayed the purchase of new search-and-rescue aircraft.