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The Senate National Security and Defence Committee is calling on the Canadian government to join the U.S. missile defence system.
Canada will not be signing on to the U.S. missile defence program any time soon, says James Fergusson.
The Department of National Defence is looking for ways to contribute to the U.S. missile defence system and may try to revive a proposal to build a radar at Goose Bay.
Canadian missile defence supporters are back in the news, arguing once again that Canada should join the U.S. missile defence system to protect against the North Korean Nuclear Threat.
March 23rd marked the 30th anniversary of Ronald Reagan’s infamous “Star Wars” speech, which launched the United States on a new round of the long effort to build a unilateral technological defence against the threat posed by nuclear weapons. Thirty years and some $200 billion later, that dream remains just as unrealistic now as it […]