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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, National Defence Minister Bill Blair and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland release Canada’s new defence policy during a news conference at CFB Trenton on April 8, 2024. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Canada’s Arctic defence policy update: All flash, no bang

The 20-year timeline of Canada’s new defence policy, and the fact that several proposed investments will “be explored,” raises serious questions about its commitment to pull its weight in NATO.
Crowding in refugee and internal displacement camps create conditions ripe for disease transmission.

Fixing broken health systems in the aftermath of conflict

Conflict continues to afflict the globe at a seemingly undiminished rate. The world’s attention is focused on Syria and Iraq in an escalating conflict that has resulted in about three million refugees…
Communities everywhere are feeling more vulnerable and the planet is suffering stresses too. Shutterstock/Nejron Photo

Is a vulnerable world teetering on the edge of a new Dark Age?

We appear to have reached one of those extraordinary moments in history when people everywhere, communities and even entire nations, feel increasingly stressed and vulnerable. The same may be said of the…

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