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Smart Peacekeeping: Toward Tech-Enabled UN Operations

Smart Peacekeeping: Toward Tech-Enabled UN Operations

A publication to assist in creating a less violent and more peaceful world under the rule of law and justice. Download Smart Peacekeeping: Toward Tech-Enabled UN Operations (36 pp) here.

by A. Walter Dorn | July 2016

published by The International Peacekeeping Institute in New York

Russia, Nato, and Baltic vulnerability

The Pentagon is sending state-of-the-art F-22 fighter aircraft to Europe for the first time, further confirmation that NATO and Russia have locked themselves into increasingly provocative military behaviour from the Arctic Ocean to the Black Sea.

Disarming Arctic Security briefing paper: Russia, Nato, and Baltic vulnerability (pdf)

Fighter Aircraft (3): Defence at Home and Abroad

Canadian defence policy is focused on three contexts: i) defending Canada, ii) defending North America, and iii) contributing to international peace and security. Fighter aircraft are not “essential” to Canadian action in any of these contexts.

Disarming Arctic Security briefing paper (pdf)

Ernie Regehr O.C. | June 18, 2015