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Aaron Willschick Cyber Security and Emerging Threats Eastern Europe and Russia Western Europe

The New Cold War? NATO-Russian Relations in 2013

Aaron Willschick argues that NATO-Russian relations have hit a low point in the wake of the annual Munich Security Conference last week. Unless Cold War sentiments and old hostilities are left in the past, relations between the two sides will remain fragile and unpredictable.

Africa Cyber Security and Emerging Threats James M. Bridger Maritime Nation Uncategorized

Reexamining the Gulf of Guinea: Fewer Attacks, Better Pirates

James M. Bridger argues that just because there has been a reduction in instances of maritime piracy in the Gulf of Guinea does not mean that the problem is close to being solved as offenders have increased both their operational sophistication and target selectivity.

Ben Hartley Cyber Security and Emerging Threats

Nexen, CNOOC and the Goal of North American Energy Security

The sale of Nexen has many shades of grey, but does not represent a major strategic pivot towards China, nor will it jeopardize Canada’s relationship with the United States or be deleterious to the goal of North American Energy independence. The Nexen sale is fundamentally about the assets they hold and retaining domestic control over Read More…

Cyber Security and Emerging Threats Expanding Community Previous Events The Middle East and North Africa

February 11: Roundtable – The Challenges of United Nations Policing

RegistrationMember Registration $20.00 CADNon-Member Registration $25.00 CADStudent Registration $15.00 CAD Please join us from 6:45-­8:30pm on the evening of February 11th  at 165 University Avenue for a discussion on  The Challenges of United Nations Policing. Retired RCMP officer Larry Busch will describe the strengths and weaknesses of United Nations Policing Operations. The event will begin Read More…