Monthly Archives: April 2013

Ballistic Missile Defence: Letter to Globe and Mail

Urgent Question The urgent missile defence question is not if Canada should co-operate with the U.S. on it (Conversation About Missile Defence Not Dead – April 25). The question is: Will the U.S. co-operate with Russia? Were missile defence unambiguously … Continue reading

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Canada-US Military Cooperation in the Arctic: Bilateralism or Multilateralism?

As Senior Fellow in Arctic Security at The Simons Foundation, the following introduces a posting on my Disarming Arctic Security blog on the Foundation website. Click on the link below for the complete article. Canadian/American military cooperation in North America is hardly … Continue reading

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Are Russian nuclear weapons on the rise in the Arctic?

As Senior Fellow in Arctic Security at The Simons Foundation, the following introduces a posting on my Disarming Arctic Security blog on the Foundation website. Click on the link below for the complete article. The Barents Observer reported in January … Continue reading

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Circumpolar Military Facilities of the Arctic Five

As Senior Fellow in Arctic Security at The Simons Foundation, the following introduces a compilation of military facilities found on the Foundation website. Click on the link below for the complete document. In 2011 the Canadian Senate Committee on Security and … Continue reading

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