Points from Atlantic Council of Canada (ACC) roundtable on the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Western governments have rejected the legitimacy of the separatist poll beacuse the separatist elections undermine the 05 September ceasefire reached in Minsk.
In a digital age that increasingly opposes individuals to institutions, the Canadian government must approach the threat of terrorism responsibly, but also protect the privacy of its citizens.
Ground troops will be needed sooner or later in Syria and Iraq in order to fully win the war against the Islamic State (IS). As recently argued by Conrad Black, the Turks, Egyptians and Persians are just some of those who should be the ones sending boots on the ground in the Middle East. Sending Read More…
Canada is already the seventh biggest donor of humanitarian support to Iraq. Mathieu Dumont writes on Canada’s new military enhancement in Iraq.
Mathieu Dumont reports on the Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko’s address to the Canadian parliament and also looks at the unwavering Canadian support for Ukraine.
As John J. Mearsheimer points out in the September-October issue of Foreign Affairs, the logic of realism is still very relevant in the 21st Century.