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Whither Canadian Intelligence?
Whither Canadian Intelligence?  


November 29, 2017  

The former longtime head of CSIS meditates on the next decade of threats, challenges and imponderables The head of any... 

Whither the US Over the Next 5 Years?
Whither the US Over the Next 5 Years?  


November 29, 2017  

Isolation, Intervention and Diminished American Expectations The future of the US has perhaps never been harder to predict.... 

Whither German Intelligence?
Whither German Intelligence?  


November 28, 2017  

As Angela Merkel returns for a fourth term, Germany’s services will have to reckon far more seriously with the country’s... 

The Limits of the ‘Australian Solution’
The Limits of the ‘Australian Solution’  


November 27, 2017  

Refugees and reflections on the limits of feasibility-based policy arguments Advocates of the so-called ‘Australian solution’... 

Open Letter to President Trump
Open Letter to President Trump  


March 3, 2017  

How to use American power, avoid catastrophe, and save the world Dear President Trump, Let’s skip the niceties and congratulatory... 

Le temps des diplomates en Syrie
Le temps des diplomates en Syrie  


March 3, 2017  

La solution ne parviendra Ă  satisfaire dans l’absolu aucun acteur dans cette effusion de sang dont tout le monde est finalement... 

Canada: Population 100 Million – Part II
Canada: Population 100 Million – Part II  


March 3, 2017  

Metaphor and policy for a first-order country and people. Or why Canada must think for itself Since I wrote “Canada –... 

Que fera le Japon?
Que fera le Japon?  


March 3, 2017  

La place d’honneur, le triangle, la dispersion et le temps qui court Shinzo Abe dirige le Japon depuis 2012. Sauf imprĂ©vu,... 

Global Trading Futures
Global Trading Futures  


March 3, 2017  

For the world to avoid closing, the US remains indispensable still International trade is in trouble after the global financial... 

“In 2020, the U.S
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“In 2020, the U.S
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March 3, 2017  

Jean Charest 
se prĂ©parent Ă  une Ă©lection prĂ©sidentielle dans un contexte Ă©tonnant. L’économie a connu une forte... 

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