Weekly Dispatch

The Weekly Dispatch: May 25, 2012

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25 May, 2012

Last week, world leaders met at the NATO Summit in Chicago to finalize withdrawal from Afghanistan. OpenCanada.org took the opportunity to reflect on Canada’s relationship with the alliance, and to think about what threats lie beyond Afghanistan. At the top of this list are cyberspace and the environment. We took a close look at both […]

The Weekly Dispatch: May 4, 2012

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4 May, 2012

This week, OpenCanada.org launched our biggest series yet, The Future of Fighting: How the Canadian Military Must Adapt. The opening chapter of the seven-part series examined how the Afghanistan experience changed Canada’s outlook on the world, with Roland Paris insisting that Canadian foreign policy is about more than just contributing troops, and Steve Saideman taking […]

The Weekly Dispatch: April 20, 2012

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20 April, 2012

This week, OpenCanada.org tackled the French, the World Bank and sex. John Hancock’s analysis of the first round of the French election and what it indicates about shifting global politics is a must-read. Also check out our Rapid Response for thoughts from Rob Prichard, Jeremy Kinsman and others on the most innovative thinkers on Canada’s […]