Monthly Archives: May 2013

Fighter aircraft and Arctic sovereignty

It is a staple of Canadian politics to invoke temporary northern visions to curry temporary southern favor, a tradition fully honored in the current plan to spend as much as a billion dollars per year – for some 40 years … Continue reading

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A flawed Arms Trade Treaty: Taking courage from a flawed NPT

Elements of the peace and disarmament community are currently engaged in a spirited debate over whether the new Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) is an achievement worth celebrating or a failure that could actually harm arms transfer control efforts in the … Continue reading

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