The situation is indeed serious, writes David Law, but don’t expect Kim Jong-un to go over the strategic edge. (This blog appeared on the website of Open.Canada on 16 August.)
This blog, the first in a two-part series, cuts through some of the traditional thinking on the Korean crisis.
This second blog on the situation in and around Korea, and its implications for international
security, puts forward ideas on how the US and Canada and their Allies can rise to this challenge.
With Donald Trump now sworn in as the American President and Commander–in-Chief, here are some thoughts on where the world may be headed.
How will the relationship between Russia and China affect the future trajectory of Ukraine? This article will appear in a book on the militarization of Russian foreign policy, to be published by the McGill University Press in the fall of 2016.
My thoughts on Russia’s recent actions in Ukraine and Syria.
This article draws on the material used in a five-part blog series on World War IV that was in turn based on a presentation given at a CDA Institute Roundtable in Ottawa on 10 June 2015.
Challenges facing the West – Part 5 21 July 2015 While the West wins hands down in the numbers game, it faces critical deficits in its systems of political and economic governance. It needs to overcome them if it is to command the support of its publics – if and as push comes to shove. https://www.cdainstitute.ca/en/blog/entry/what-s-in-a-world-war-challenges-facing-the-west-part-5 … [Read more…]
In this five-part series, I explore the development and scope of what I have termed World War IV. This series is based on my presentation at the CDA Institute Roundtable “Knocking on the Door of World War IV,” held in Ottawa on 10 June 2015. Part 4 of this series looked at the West’s strong … [Read more…]