Part 2: A Case for a Realist Foreign Policy

In the final part of a two-part series, research analyst Mark Jarratt and program editor Alexis Amini discuss the shape a realist Canadian foreign policy would take.



Show Notes:

The Globe and Mail – The Saudi arms deal: What we’ve learned so far, and what could happen next

The Globe and Mail – Bombardier will catch up to rivals in Iran, CEO says

Mearsheimer, John, The Tragedy of Great Power Politics (New York: WW Norton 2014).

National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces – Canadian Operational Support Hub in Kuwait

New York Times – Iran and Boeing sign $16.6 billion on sale of 80 Aircraft

OMX KIC – Key Industrial Capabilities

Skies Magazine – Training in a military pilot’s sandbox


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