Monthly Archives: March 2018

Cruise Missiles: When defence is not an option

Cruise missiles recently made the front pages when President Vladimir Putin marshaled impressive audiovisuals to hype Russian strides in developing new and sinister military technologies. Cruise missiles were included but concerns regarding them didn’t just arrive with his speech. They have … Continue reading

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Peacekeeping and Canada’s interests in Mali

Letter to the Globe and Mail Published 28 March 2018 I confess to being perplexed by arguments that Canada shouldn’t go to Mali because it’s dangerous, or hopeless, or not in Canada’s interests (Trudeau’s Mali Misadventure – editorial, March 22). … Continue reading

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