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Rights Fights, Flavours and Futures
Rights Fights, Flavours and Futures  


November 7, 2014  

GB looks ahead to the debates, bottlenecks and pitfalls, and looks at defenders and discontents, in the next decade’s struggles... 

Can the Middle East Be Fixed?
Can the Middle East Be Fixed?  


November 7, 2014  

Yes. Amid the chaos and bloodshed, there may be a historic opportunity History tells us that regional cataclysms can galvanize... 

Catastrophes and Refinement of the Thrust
Catastrophes and Refinement of the Thrust  


June 20, 2013  

GB exchanges on the wisdom of Libya, the doability of Syria, and other candidate-theatres with Canada’s leading soldier-statesmen GB:... 

What’s the Future of Capricious War?
What’s the Future of Capricious War?  


June 19, 2013  

In North America and Europe, there is no war, and no prospect of war. In Asia, there is no war but very real prospects for... 

The Judge as Geokrat and Maximalist
The Judge as Geokrat and Maximalist  


June 5, 2013  

GB discusses the evolution of the judicial branch in the Middle East and in the new century’s wars with Israel’s most... 

“Humanitarian intervention is justified when

“Humanitarian intervention is justified when
  


June 27, 2011  

Gareth Evans 
it occurs in the context of the proper application of the much more nuanced ‘Responsibility to Protect’... 

Tunisia and Democratic Transition  


March 9, 2011  

As the ripple effects of the Tunisian revolution continue to be felt in the region, it is important to zero in on the main... 

What of Military Aggression?
What of Military Aggression?  


October 13, 2010  

We have come a long way from Nuremberg, and have miles to go before we sleep   Hope is the engine that drives human endeavour.... 

Trees and Forests in the New World
Trees and Forests in the New World  


October 13, 2010  

GB talks new-century politics and geopolitics – from the local to the general – with former UN Secretary-General Boutros... 

Nordkivu – Forgotten War  


July 12, 2010  

President Joseph Kabila – the son of the murdered former President, Laurent-DĂ©sirĂ© Kabila – recently celebrated the... 

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