Bring Arctic waters under international governance

The disappearing Arctic ice cover is but one of the many consequences of worse things to come.

DND Photo Captain Graham MacMillian
An LC-130 Hercules from the New York Air National Guard flies over Ice Camp One, Sherard Osborn Island, Nunavut on April 15 2014.
Gar Pardy
Published: Wednesday, 05/28/2014 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Wednesday, 05/28/2014 12:53 am EDT

Looking down the road of Canadian foreign policy is a bit of a mug’s game best left for late evening discussions with old friends, including Laird Lagavulin. With that caveat there are two matters that will bedevil Canadian foreign policy mavens in the years ahead, especially if the current unilateral counterproductive approach were to continue.

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