April 27, 2014

Don't Bring NATO to the Arctic

Robert Murray & Tom Keating, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

As the situation in Ukraine continues to worsen, Canada is under increasing pressure to include the Arctic as part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s strategy to counteract Russian aggression. We contend that it should continue to resist this pressure -- even in the wake of events in Crimea and eastern Ukraine.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Canada, NATO, Arctic, Russia, Ukraine

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

April 26, 2014
The Arctic Cold War Is Heating Up
Laurence Blair, Moscow Times
In 1553, several fishermen near Arkhangelsk were terrified when a hulking English warship appeared off the coast of the White Sea. The ship's captain, Richard Chancellor, had set out in search of a new northern trade route to... more ››
April 15, 2014
Has the West Enabled the World's Rogues?
Colin Robertson, Globe & Mail
It's a testing moment for the international order. How will we respond to Russian actions that Prime Minister Harper describes as "aggressive, militaristic and imperialistic"? Is the NATO Alliance prepared to draw red lines?... more ››
April 24, 2014
How Obama Can Get Putin's Attention
Richard Lourie, Moscow Times
The crisis in Ukraine has generated reams of nonsense. The acting president of Ukraine, for example, requested the United Nations to send in a peacekeeping force to Ukraine,... more ››
April 27, 2014
NATO Is Still the Answer
John Bolton, Weekly Standard
The continuing Ukraine crisis raises both a critical “what if?” question and a pressing policy issue. What if, in April 2008, the Europeans had not rejected President Bush’s proposal to bring Ukraine and Georgia... more ››
April 22, 2014
Nationalism, Not NATO, Is Our Great Ally
Patrick Buchanan, Creators
Putin knows that his own popularity, near 80 percent, is due directly to his being seen as a nationalist willing to stand up to the Americans and their claim to be sole architects of the New World Order. And it is nationalism,... more ››