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    Trudeau schooled in Canada’s military obligations during tour of Eastern Europe
    Jul14

    Trudeau schooled in Canada’s military obligations during tour of Eastern Europe

    Canada’s unlikely Cold War warrior received an intense schooling in international security issues at the recent NATO summit in Warsaw and during this week’s visit to Ukraine. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a passionate advocate for a gentler world. He wants Canada to be a force for peace and change. But nasty global realities...

    Can NATO Defend the Baltics?
    Jul13

    Can NATO Defend the Baltics?

    The Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania occupy a special place in Russian foreign-policy thinking and practice. The only post-Soviet states to secure NATO and EU membership, they are regular whipping boys of the Russian Foreign Ministry for alleged discrimination against ethnic Russians and supposed glorification of fascism. In public...

    Does Canada’s decision to cut off Ukraine from satellite data show a shift in relations?
    Jul13

    Does Canada’s decision to cut off Ukraine from satellite data show a shift in relations?

    The federal government has confirmed Canada is no longer providing the Ukrainian military access to satellite imagery used for high-resolution surveillance, which one expert says is a sign of a possible shift in Canada-Ukraine relations. In 2015, the Harper government revealed it was sharing information from Canada’s RADARSAT-2 with the...

    Moldova Whistleblower Exposes ‘Bank Robbery of the Century,’ Raises IMF Questions
    Jul13

    Moldova Whistleblower Exposes ‘Bank Robbery of the Century,’ Raises IMF Questions

    As the West develops its strategy to deal with a resurgent Russia, more must be done to focus on the so-called gray areas lying between the Euro-Atlantic community and Russia: Georgia, Ukraine, and Moldova. These countries, while not in NATO or the EU, strive to join these organizations someday. Russia is doing all it can to prevent this from...

    NATO, Russia Still Disagree On Ukraine But Consider Baltic Safety Measures
    Jul13

    NATO, Russia Still Disagree On Ukraine But Consider Baltic Safety Measures

    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says that NATO and Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine but are considering a proposal to lessen the risk of accidental military confrontations in Baltic airspace. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    IOC strips 2012 bronze medal from Ukrainian weightlifter
    Jul13

    IOC strips 2012 bronze medal from Ukrainian weightlifter

    LONDON (AP) — A Ukrainian weightlifter was stripped of her bronze medal from the 2012 London Olympics on Wednesday, the first athlete formally disqualified by the IOC after the retesting of doping samples from the past two Summer Games. Yulia Kalina, who finished third in the 58-kilogram division in London, tested positive for the steroid...

    NATO, Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine
    Jul13

    NATO, Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine

    NATO and Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine but are considering a proposal to reduce the risk of accidental military confrontation in Baltic airspace, NATO’s chief says …read more Source: U.S....

    NATO, Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine
    Jul13

    NATO, Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine

    NATO and Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine but will consider a proposal to reduce the risk of an accidental military confrontation in Baltic airspace, NATO’s chief said Wednesday. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    NATO, Russia Remain at Loggerheads Over Ukraine
    Jul13

    NATO, Russia Remain at Loggerheads Over Ukraine

    NATO and Russia remain at loggerheads over Ukraine but are considering a proposal to reduce the risk of accidental military confrontation in Baltic airspace, NATO’s chief says …read more Source: ABC...

    Editorial: The balance of foreign policies
    Jul13

    Editorial: The balance of foreign policies

    Every government has a decision to make when it comes to soft power and hard security. It isn’t an either/or decision. Rather, it’s about which tools to deploy on each side, to create useful tension. Does a situation call for trade or trainers? For jets or snubs? Should development be treated as a tool of foreign policy at all?...