Krista Burns discusses how international interference in the Ukrainian political crisis is eerily similar to Cold War divisions.
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Israel and the Iran Deal
Krista Burns discusses Israel’s role in the current international negotiations with Iran.
Canada and the Arms Trade Treaty
Krista Burns discusses Canada’s refusal to sign the UN Arms Trade Treaty.
NATO’s Counterterrorism Efforts
Krista Burns on NATO’s counterterrorism actions since 9/11.
NATO Expansion and the Multiculturalism Debate
Krista Burns on why NATO has avoided the multiculturalism debate.
Why Drones Won’t Work in Yemen, Part 2
In her follow-up article, Krista Burns argues that drones won’t help defeat Al Qaeda in Yemen.
Why Drones Won’t Work in Yemen?
Krista Burns on shortcoming of the US counterterrorism approached centered on the use of drones in Yemen.
The War on Al Qaeda Isn’t Over
Krista Burns argues that the war on Al Qaeda is far from over; it has just moved to new locations.
The New Age of Terrorism in Canada
Krista Burns discusses the nature of homegrown terrorism in Canada and suggests how can it be prevented.
Picking up the Slack
Discussing the concept of “Smart Defence,” Krista Burns argues that the US should leave the acquisition of military technologies for the defence of Europe to Europeans.