In my latest at the Diplomat I offer unsolicited, probably unwelcome advice to our neighbor to the north: NATO, and the capabilities that Canada has developed in order to effectively participate in NA
My latest and the Diplomat thinks through the middle power dilemma: Canada’s dilemma in this regard is hardly unique. The broader question involves the degree to which military procurement policies
This is an interesting, if somewhat older, discussion of the Chinese architect Ma Yansong and his so-called “organic architecture.” The piece focuses on his so-called “Marilyn Monroe
Now this is an interesting piece: What if there was an aircraft that was significantly faster, flew higher and cost half as much in today’s dollars as the F-35? And would the fact it was built and f
So it seems Quebec has started the Casserole Revolution. When I was growing up, casseroles were something I ate at hot dish night every Wednesday at our local Lutheran church. Today, they are revoluti
Like any good American, this is my general understanding of Canada: But it turns out that far to the north, somewhere past the sea monsters, there is a place called Quebec. And in that strange exotic
Excellent roundup of the 2011 election from Tom Slee. My additional comment is that the rise of the NDP/fall of the Liberals is another example of self-congratulatory liberal hawks being very, very sp
Another Tory minority looks increasingly likely in the Canadian elections, although the increase in NDP support that may or may not hold up makes things difficult to predict.