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The memorial to the Soviet soldiers who died conquering the city of Berlin in 19
David J. Climenhaga | NATO's top soldier lets it slip there's no evidence the Russians pose any threat to the three Baltic Republics. So what are Canadian soldiers doing there?
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May 9, 2015, Moscow Victory Day Parade
David J. Climenhaga | We can only hope the Western leaders, one of whom we are likely soon to be tied, Hillary R. Clinton or Donald J. Trump, are not fools. The auguries are not promising.
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Ilya Ponomarev
Christopher Majka | Two principles guide Vladimir Putin's Russia: political dominance of post-Soviet space and the economic supremacy of the kleptocratic state. How, then, should the West deal with the Russian bear?
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Recep Tayyip Erdogan
David J. Climenhaga | If Turkey remains part of NATO, Canada should get out.
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JFK
David J. Climenhaga | If Sun columnist Monte Solberg's strategic insights are a reflection of the geopolitical thinking of the Harper Government he not so long ago served, we should all be truly frightened.
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Igor Gouzenko, circa 1945
David J. Climenhaga | If the prime minister is really at the top of his game, he'll put in a call Monday to the Historic Sites and Monuments Board and slap a plaque on the Ottawa address where the Cold War started.
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NATO LOGO
David J. Climenhaga | NATO's problem in 2010 is not unlike that of the Holy Roman Empire in the 1500s. Seemingly powerful, seemingly everywhere, few believe the theoretical justification for its existence.