Borealis wonders why Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was unable to do the right thing and simply reject terrorism.
Intelligence agencies exist to help officials make better decisions. Some nations have true ‘intelligence cultures’ where the value of this kind of information is recognised. Then there is Canada.
I think we all agree that the worst crime humans can commit is to try to, or succeed in, killing whole races.
This contribution was published on The Hill Times on July 6, 2020 CSIS has warned about China’s activities for decades and those warnings have been shunted aside. China is not Canada’s friend. It is a serial human rights abuser in Xinjiang against Uyghur Muslims. OTTAWA, CANADA — You have to feel for the families of […]
Canada should not sell arms to Saudi Arabia in light of the Kingdom’s human rights violations and brutal killing of Jamal Kashoggi.
Intelligence agencies really should have more of a dialogue with those who support them financially, i.e. the taxpayers/citizens.
I am uncertain what GBA+ analysis entails but I am willing to give proponents the benefit of the doubt – for now.
We all recognise the right to express dissent: so what do we do when groups espousing violence jump on the bandwagon?
Uyghur Canadians are harassed by Chinese agents here and abroad to keep quiet about the abuses or their families back home will suffer. Our response? I am still waiting.
Most professionals need ongoing training to keep up with developments: terrorism briefings are long overdue for the PPSC.