Mark Collins – New Canadian Government vs ISIS: No Bombing–Canadian Commentary

A selection at the ever-valuable SOMNIA (Canadian Forces College’s Spotlight on Military News and International Affairs)


Tasha Kheiriddin | iPolitics

The ground just shifted under Trudeau’s feet

Jeffrey Simpson | The Globe and Mail
As allies gear up, Trudeau ramps down
Kelly McParland | National Post
Liberals are stuck with bad promises in new situations

Thomas Juneau | The Globe and Mail
Why Canada should continue air strikes against ISI

Patrick Martin | The Globe and Mail
Are air strikes the most effective way to defeat Islamic State?
Terry Glavin | National Post
There is only one proper liberal way forward in this ISIL struggle

Matt Gurney | National Post
Canada should stay in the fight against ISIL

David Perry [CGAI Senior Defence Analyst] | iPolitics
Taking the fight to Islamic State doesn’t have to mean airstrikes

Political honeymoons can be rather shortened by events, dear boy.

Mark Collins, a prolific Ottawa blogger, is a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute; he tweets @Mark3Ds

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One thought on “Mark Collins – New Canadian Government vs ISIS: No Bombing–Canadian Commentary”

  1. The military component is important but the far more important part is stopping the spread of the Wahhabi religion.

    http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/lee-kuan-yew-on-islamic-terrorists/

    That will mean the NATO countries including Canada having to risk losing their massive arms sales. Are they up for that?

    http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/us-state-department-approves-the-sale-of-22000-bombs-to-saudi-arabia/

    Doubtful, so we will be playing this game again in the near future and we can all pretend to be shocked when it happens.

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