Devastating critique of Tony Blair and the Iraq war released today in Chilcot Report, six years in the making.
Tag Archives: Military intervention
Let’s not repeat past mistakes in Libya
Richard Reeve argues that military intervention in Libya will not work unless we get the politics right.
The failing Western strategy in Syria
Gar Pardy, calls for a complete re-evaluation of Western strategy in Syria. Related developments include an impending meeting between President Obama and Russian President Putin this week at the UN in New York and joint efforts by the American administration and the EU to bring Iran into the talks over Syria. In the past […]
Is the US-led military intervention against ISIS working?
The anti-ISIS campaign, with its successes and failures, has led many to question whether the West’s strategy needs a thorough rethink.
Keeping terror in perspective
The greatest danger facing us is self-inflicted threat inflation.
MacKay mulls Mali mission
Defence Minister Peter MacKay has floated the possibility that Canadian troops may be sent to help to train troops in Mali.