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Anti-Aircraft Missile Diplomacy Comes to Syria

Anti-Aircraft Missile Diplomacy Comes to Syria

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Syrian Missile Downs Russian Plane in Error

Syrian Missile Downs Russian Plane in Error

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The NAFTA Trap

The NAFTA Trap

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The Tempest that May Unravel the F-35 Cooperative

The Tempest that May Unravel the F-35 Cooperative

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We Don’t Need Another Vietnam

We Don’t Need Another Vietnam

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Mexico’s New Six Year Presidential Experiment

Mexico’s New Six Year Presidential Experiment

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Russia’s World Cup Foreign Policy

Russia’s World Cup Foreign Policy

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Voting on the Application of Justice in Colombia

Voting on the Application of Justice in Colombia

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Foreign Policy of the Russian People

Foreign Policy of the Russian People

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New European GDPR Rules Affect Everyone

New European GDPR Rules Affect Everyone

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Missile Diplomacy in Syria

Missile Diplomacy in Syria

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Voting Against the Law of Corruption

Voting Against the Law of Corruption

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Russia’s ‘Invincible’ New Hypersonic Weapons

Russia’s ‘Invincible’ New Hypersonic Weapons

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Playing Political Games with Other People’s Tragedies

Playing Political Games with Other People’s Tragedies

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When Sanctions are Not Enough

When Sanctions are Not Enough

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About the Author

Richard Basas
Richard Basas

Richard Basas, a Canadian Masters Level Law student educated in Spain, England, and Canada (U of London MA 2003 LL.M., 2007), has worked researching for CSIS and as a Reporter for the Latin America Advisor. He went on to study his MA in Latin American Political Economy in London with the University of London and LSE. Subsequently, Rich followed his career into Law focusing mostly on International Commerce and EU-Americas issues. He has worked for many commercial and legal organisations as well as within the Refugee Protection Community in Toronto, Canada, representing detained non-status indivduals residing in Canada. Rich will go on to study his PhD in International Law.

Areas of Focus:
Law; Economics and Commerce; Americas; Europe; Refugees; Immigration

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