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Canada and Russia – Toward an Arctic Agenda
Canada and Russia – Toward an Arctic Agenda  


September 2, 2016  

Why tensions between the two Arctic giants should not interfere with common gain and collaboration in the High North On... 

Trudeau, Turkey and a Tour d’Horizon
Trudeau, Turkey and a Tour d’Horizon  


September 2, 2016  

GB sits down with one of North America’s most esteemed international affairs analysts GB: How is the new Trudeau government... 

What are Russia’s Interests in the Arctic?
What are Russia’s Interests in the Arctic?  


February 19, 2016  

Why Moscow’s primary concerns in the High North are still domestic, and not international With the outbreak of the Ukraine... 

Washington & Moscow’s High North Dance
Washington & Moscow’s High North Dance  


February 19, 2016  

Proposition: In the Arctic, the US and Russia are friends David Biette (in favour): The US has long had a contentious relationship... 

“In 2020, Canadian foreign policy will be…
“In 2020, Canadian foreign policy will be…  


February 19, 2016  

David Black …considerably more sociable – more broadly engaged and engaging, less choosy and judgemental in the... 

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... 

Arctic Cooperation Endures – For Now
Arctic Cooperation Endures – For Now  


October 6, 2015  

Why this remains the rational course for Arctic states In 2014, it seemed that Arctic cooperation might break down after... 

A New Vision & Strategy Tank for the 21st Century
A New Vision & Strategy Tank for the 21st Century  


March 15, 2015  

We are pleased to announce that the Institute for 21st Century Questions, or 21CQ, has been launched. We are in some sense... 

Great Powers Shall Not in the Arctic Clash
Great Powers Shall Not in the Arctic Clash  


November 11, 2013  

The contours of new-century international law and geopolitical logic are being shaped first and foremost in the Arctic The... 

Toward a Canada-Russia Axis in the Arctic
Toward a Canada-Russia Axis in the Arctic  


February 6, 2012  

Why Canada and Russia should unite to support a common position against the US in advancing certain Arctic claims Unlike... 

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