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Tag Archives: Iraq
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.
Oil, politics, conflict and Canada
The role of oil in global conflicts is rarely, if ever, a part of our public discourse. A new book by John Foster, and his upcoming lecture, will change all that.
What evidence does the UK actually have that Russia is behind the nerve agent attack?
Premature judgments of Russian guilt risk further undermining the credibility of experts, multilateral organizations, and the very fabric of international relations.
Paul Rogers: Trump’s dangerous State of the Union address
Bush’s post-9/11 address launched sixteen years of war. Trump’s sequel promises many more.
Professor Paul Rogers on the Trump wars era
Professor Paul Rogers outlines the terrifying augmentation of American military force under President Donald Trump.