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Trade, National Security, and Canada

Trade, National Security, and Canada

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The NAFTA Trap

The NAFTA Trap

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G6+1 Sworn to Protect the Law-Ruled World from “Tribal Anarchism”

G6+1 Sworn to Protect the Law-Ruled World from “Tribal Anarchism”

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Voting Against the Law of Corruption

Voting Against the Law of Corruption

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Playing Political Games with Other People’s Tragedies

Playing Political Games with Other People’s Tragedies

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Voce Abusou: Corruption as a Permanent Impairment to Society

Voce Abusou: Corruption as a Permanent Impairment to Society

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UN Policy Problems Permeating National Refugee Policy

UN Policy Problems Permeating National Refugee Policy

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U.S.’ ‘True North’ Brother Will Pave the Path to Peace in East Asia

U.S.’ ‘True North’ Brother Will Pave the Path to Peace in East Asia

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How the drive for North American energy independence could save NAFTA

How the drive for North American energy independence could save NAFTA

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An Independent Catalonia May Promote Worldwide Independence Movements

An Independent Catalonia May Promote Worldwide Independence Movements

National governments in federally unified states rarely allow for a national legal process to break up its own federation.

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Is The Five Eyes Network Still Relevant Today?

Is The Five Eyes Network Still Relevant Today?

In one word—yes.

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Beyond NAFTA: Issues in North American Free Trade

Beyond NAFTA: Issues in North American Free Trade

Beyond NAFTA, Mexico and Canada could benefit greatly from a boom in the U.S. economy if it is accompanied by wise domestic policy decisions.

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Britain after Brexit: Potential for a Global Network

Britain after Brexit: Potential for a Global Network

Britain, along with Japan, Canada, Australia, Korea and Norway could create a network of safe and neutral financial and service havens: the G4N.

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Why are we Ignoring a Genocide?

Why are we Ignoring a Genocide?

Despite the EU and the US confirming this fact, the Canadian government has resisted calling the atrocities taking place in Syria and Iraq a genocide.

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Will Beijing Declare Another Air Defense Zone?

Will Beijing Declare Another Air Defense Zone?

In a potential geopolitical tit-for-tat, some analysts warn Beijing may soon declare an air defense identification zone (ADIZ) in the South China Sea, should the U.S. go ahead with plans to conduct a freedom of navigation exercise announced for April.

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