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Brazil, Argentina, and the Road to the NPT

For several decades Argentina and Brazil sought to develop their own indigenous nuclear programs and tried to resist the expansion of the global non-proliferation regime. Deep mutual suspicion coupled with status competition colored their relationship and their standing in the face of the major nuclear powers.

CWIHP Senior Scholar A. Ross Johnson publishes article in the Hoover Digest

CWIHP Senior Scholar A. Ross Johnson published an article in the Hoover Digest entitled Today's Liberation Technologies. In the article, the former Radio Free Europe director points out that despite changes in technology, 'free people need free information' today just as they did during the Cold War.

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Book Launch: <i>The Washington Diaries: 1981-1989</i>

Author and journalist Christopher Ogden will have a conversation with Allan Gotlieb about his experiences as Canada's Ambassador to the United States from 1981 to 1989. Click HERE to see the invitation.

Canadian Anti-Americanism: Before and After 9/11

By global standards, anti-Americanism in Canada is "anti-Americanism lite," yet understanding many of the sentiments involved in the Canadian experience is helpful when grappling with the unprecedented rise of animosity towards the United States globally. According to historian Reginald Stuart, the working relationships between Canada and the United States are on the whole exemplary because Canada and the United States share the world's longest undefended border, make up world's largest trading partnership, and share many core values.