On March 1st, Parliamentary Secretary Keddy highlighted the Government of Canada’s ambitious trade expansion plan as well as Canadian investment and expertise at work in Southeastern Europe’s industrial, infrastructure, mining and agricultural sectors.
The Forum is an initiative taken by the Atlantic Council of Canada, organized in cooperation with the Embassies of Bosnia, Macedonia, Croatia, Serbia and the Consulate of Turkey in Toronto and in consultation with DFAIT.
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In what can only be described as yet another blow to the US deployment in Afghanistan, Afghan President Hamid Karzai asked the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), most of whom are US troops—to move out of rural areas and villages, back to their main bases. This
In an update to the US-Pakistan border crossing dispute, major news sources are reporting that Pakistan looks set to go ahead with reopening the borders to foreign ground traffic, pending approval by parliament. The routes have been closed since November 2011 “Salala incident,” wh
By: Rodnie Allison In four years Canada will receive the first of sixty-five F-35A multi-role combat aircraft. These aircraft represent much more than a means to regulate airspace or dictate conditions on the ground. They represent a commitment to the NATO alliance structure, the inte
The Atlantic Council of Canada had the opportunity to sit down with Professor Alan Dowty from the University of Notre Dame. Professor Dowty is a foremost expert on Middle East International Relations and Israeli politics, and recently served his second time as a Visiting Fellow at the