The École Polytechnique massacre was a horrific crime. It was also the brutal, explicit assertion of an ideology that is usually hidden. Marc Lépine said he was “fighting feminism.” He said he wanted to stop women from “seizing [the advantages] accorded to men.” He said they had ruined his life. Fast-forward 25 years after December 6, 1989. This Read More…
Tazrian Alam explains the political and ideological motives behind the Montreal Massacre.
Tazrian Alam explains how nuclearizaiton in the Arctic permeates through theoretical boundaries and has tangible effects on all levels of security.
Tazrian Alam explains the problem increasing nuclearization of the Arctic through an international-level analysis.
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On October 7, 2014 the Parliament of Canada passed a motion that will see Canada join coalition efforts to counter ISIL. Here is an infograph detailing the Canadian response to ISIL.
Tazrian Alam explains how today’s shootings in Ottawa are the latest in a long history of major security breaches and terrorism incidents in Ottawa and across Canada.
[quote align=”center” color=”#999999″] The NCC is holding an Energy Security Roundtable with keynote speakers: Ron Oberth, President of Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCI), Professor Dimitrov from University of Western Ontario, Hugh Moran, Executive Director of Ontario Petroleum Institutes, and Robert Swartman, CEO & President of Solcan. Come join the discussion on November 6th, 2014 at the Read More…
In the final part of her two part series, Tazrian Alam proposes that the Canadian government establish a regional NWFZ in the NorthWest Passage to protect against national & environmental security threats.
Nuclear weapons do not belong in the Arctic. In part 1 of a 2 part series, Tazrian Alam addresses Canada’s opportunity to initiate discussions for a regional NFWZ in the Northwest Passage.