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The Lost Twenty-Five Years
The Lost Twenty-Five Years  


February 19, 2016  

Why no new world order has been built since the end of the Cold War Twenty-five years ago, on March 17th, 1991, the first... 

US Strategy and Strategic Culture from 2017
US Strategy and Strategic Culture from 2017  


February 19, 2016  

The US will remain indispensable to global problem-solving, provided an updated mindset, new institutions, and flexible alliances... 

Europe 2.0 or a March to War
Europe 2.0 or a March to War  


February 19, 2016  

The European peace is logically prior to the Middle Eastern one, and it can only be built trilaterally Russia’s move last... 

Le 4e choc pĂ©trolier et les États du Golfe
Le 4e choc pĂ©trolier et les États du Golfe  


February 19, 2016  

Les rĂ©ajustements financiers et fiscaux qui s’en suivront risquent de rĂ©vĂ©ler la nature et le fonctionnement rĂ©els... 

Ten Theses on Canadian Foreign Policy
Ten Theses on Canadian Foreign Policy  


February 19, 2016  

Why the means are more important than the ends, and how to build a national strategic psychology Thesis 1: The primary challenge... 

On Crises – Mechanics and Resolution
On Crises – Mechanics and Resolution  


October 6, 2015  

Why the financial sector must at last be tamed and simplified Financial crises have their origins in human behaviour. They... 

Reflections on the Jewish Question
Reflections on the Jewish Question  


October 6, 2015  

Why and how Israel will need to work hard to make it through this new century The late great Fred Halliday, leading thinker... 

Aboriginal Grand Strategy – After Reconciliation
Aboriginal Grand Strategy – After Reconciliation  


October 6, 2015  

How Canada will return to its historic past of co-equality among the races and cultures On a summer Tuesday in early June,... 

The Future of Track Two Diplomacy
The Future of Track Two Diplomacy  


October 6, 2015  

The Iran nuclear deal was Track One. But its roots are Track Two. So whither Track Two in this new century? Track Two diplomacy... 

Quel avenir pour le Liban?
Quel avenir pour le Liban?  


October 6, 2015  

Le pays oscille entre un Ă©chiquier rĂ©gional brĂ»lant, un Printemps arabe non abouti et une rĂ©silience interne «miraculeuse»... 

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