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Which Way to Pivot?
Which Way to Pivot?  


September 2, 2016  

Between the argumentative and algorithmic spheres, there may be a hybrid sweet spot this century For all those countries... 

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... 

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... 

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... 

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... 

The Contours of the Russo-Ukrainian Peace
The Contours of the Russo-Ukrainian Peace  


November 7, 2014  

A five-point plan or algorithm can save us from a terrible winter, a frozen conflict, and a century-long problem There is... 

Reflections on the Aboriginal Question
Reflections on the Aboriginal Question  


March 24, 2014  

The Canadian state’s answer must start with psychological-spiritual resuscitation of the Aboriginal people, but cannot... 

Ukraine: Why and Whither?
Ukraine: Why and Whither?  


March 24, 2014  

The Ukrainian revolution was caused by gross policy incompetence at a time when Kiev needed heroic leadership. Ukraine’s... 

When Canada Becomes the West’s 2nd State
When Canada Becomes the West’s 2nd State  


November 11, 2013  

Transformation of the national strategic psychology and culture – through events or, better still, heroic leadership –... 

Governing in the Ex-Soviet Space
Governing in the Ex-Soviet Space  


November 11, 2013  

Russians don’t eat their children. Nor do their former Soviet brethren. Now how do they all govern in this post-Soviet... 

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