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      A problematic nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty
      May16

      A problematic nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty

      The year 2015 marks the 45th anniversary of the entry into force of the (Nuclear) Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT). This treaty is often referred to as the cornerstone of the global nuclear system and a foundation for the international security environment in which we live. With only four states remaining outside its ambit, the NPT formally retains...

      Chrystia Freeland’s Ukraine
      May13

      Chrystia Freeland’s Ukraine

      The post Chrystia Freeland’s Ukraine appeared first on Canadian International Council – Canada’s hub for international affairs. …read more Source: Canadian International...

      Is NATO Ready for Putin?
      May05

      Is NATO Ready for Putin?

      Vladimir Putin has challenged the United States and its allies over the past year. The annexation of Crimea and then the intervention in Ukraine have been very difficult as Russia has far more at stake in these places than does the North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO]. That changes quite dramatically if we move slightly west and consider...

      Economist Tyler Cowen on inequality, Canada, and the state of global superpowers
      May02

      Economist Tyler Cowen on inequality, Canada, and the state of global superpowers

      Tyler Cowen is an economist, academic and writer. His popular blog, Marginal Revolution, co-written with Alex Tabarrok, a colleague at George Mason University, turned Cowen into “an economics celebrity,” in the words of one LA Times writer. More recently, Cowen and Tabarrok ventured into the world of online education with their creation of...

      Tennis And Diplomacy: Do Winners Need to Take All?
      Apr29

      Tennis And Diplomacy: Do Winners Need to Take All?

      The Federation Cup is an international tennis competition for women professionals, the rough equivalent of the Davis Cup for men, in which countries compete as national teams. For once, Canada has been considered a rising force to be reckoned with, principally because of Eugenie Bouchard, the 21-year old beauty from Westmount, Quebec, whose...

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