A war by any other name is still a war, Mr. Trudeau

Despite the Trudeau government’s denials, a state of war does exist between Canada and ISIL

A war by any other name is still a war, Mr. Trudeau
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KINSELLA: Despite the Trudeau government’s denials, a state of war does exist between Canada and ISIL

The murky dilemma of our role fighting ISIS

Backing away from Canadian airstrikes is consistent with our national conscience, but huge moral questions remain

The murky dilemma of our role fighting ISIS
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MCGARVEY: Backing away from Canadian airstrikes is consistent with our national conscience, but huge moral questions remain

Operation Desert Storm 25 years later

Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait and the American response dramatically impacted the politics of the Middle East

Operation Desert Storm 25 years later
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MURPHY: Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait and the American response dramatically impacted the politics of the Middle East

War is an ugly thing, but our hypocrisy is uglier

Sometimes the only way to truly solve a problem is to take up arms

War is an ugly thing, but our hypocrisy is uglier
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SCHMIDT: Sometimes the only way to truly solve a problem is to take up arms

History passes judgment on Nuremberg Trials

A classic case of victor’s justice masquerading as a modern judicial proceeding

History passes judgment on Nuremberg Trials
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MURPHY: A classic case of victor’s justice masquerading as a modern judicial proceeding

The unlikely pair who defrosted the Cold War

Reagan and Gorbachev managed to do what had seemed impossible, essentially ending the Cold War 30 years ago this month

The unlikely pair who defrosted the Cold War
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MURPHY: Reagan and Gorbachev managed to do what had seemed impossible, essentially ending the Cold War 30 years ago this month

What constitutes a Good War?

War should not be judged by its difficulty or even its outcome, but by the merit of its cause

What constitutes a Good War?
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SCHMIDT: War should not be judged by its difficulty or even its outcome, but by the merit of its cause

The world we live in today was forged in the trenches of the Great War

The battle for the values it was fought for – the defense of justice, rights and freedoms – never ceases

The world we live in today was forged in the trenches of the Great War
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MCGARVEY: The battle for the values it was fought for – the defense of justice, rights and freedoms – never ceases.

Lest we forget: War against terrorism requires old vigilance

To lash out violently ignores the terrible sacrifice so many have made

Lest we forget: War against terrorism requires old vigilance
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STEWART: To lash out violently ignores the terrible sacrifice so many have made

Our current war monuments serve us well

Canada's national soul has no need for further celebratory architecture

Our current war monuments serve us well
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ROBINSON: Canada’s national soul has no need for further celebratory architecture