Columnists
MEPs in the European Parliament hold up anti-nuclear posters. Photo: European Parliament/Flickr
Ole Hendrickson | Canada is developing plans for the next generation of nuclear reactors, touted as a form of "clean growth." But there's little evidence that this technology will address climate change.
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Chief of the Defence Staff Jonathan Vance. Photo: Gatis Dieziņš/Latvijas armija/Flickr
Yves Engler | The military goes to great lengths to shape coverage of its affairs and one should expect stories about Canada's mission in Mali to be influenced by the armed forces.
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RCAF Chinook helicopter on Parliament Hill. Photo: Jamie McCaffrey/Flickr
Yves Engler | A volatile leader in charge of a military behemoth prone to aggression has repeatedly attacked Canada and its prime minister in recent weeks. But the "defence" community has barely made a peep.
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Duncan Cameron | Justin Trudeau has shown he handles the communications side of being prime minister with aplomb. But making the government work for all Canadians requires more than showing up with a smile.
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Duncan Cameron | Canada is going to war. That we know, and not enough more. In voicing support for military intervention in Iraq and possibly Syria, the House of Commons divided along partisan lines.
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Matthew Behrens | The barbarism that is ISIS has its roots in the barbarism that was Canadian and "coalition" war policy in the obliteration of Iraq in the 1991 "Gulf" war and subsequent sanctions.
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Rick Salutin | The leaders who gathered in Normandy a week ago for D-Day's 70th anniversary missed the point. Military heroism is rarely as straightforward as on D-Day.
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Photo: flickr/UK Ministry of Defence
Celyn Dufay | It's that time of the year again! Time for the international arms industry to join together and buy and sell the latest weaponry. It's also time Canadians stand up and say no more to war and Harper.
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Matthew Behrens | In a little-noticed news release from the North Pole, a jolly senior citizen has asked that his image not be co-opted this holiday season by the Canadian War Department and NORAD.
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Michael Welch, Ashley Titterton, Mitch Podoluk | Micheal Vonn discusses coming bills to expand police surveillance powers, Stephen Staples on the national security establishment and Herman Rosenfeld analyzes the co-ordinated campaign against unions.
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H. Peter Langille | For those who hope to see Canada play a peaceful role in the world, the next four years may look bleak. Nevertheless, now is the time to consider new ideas for peace.
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Gerry Caplan | The United States might be drowning in debt but it's spending enough on its military-security complex to fix the crisis and save us all from economic Armageddon. There are priorities, after all.