The Debate on NATO’s New Strategic Concept

Written by World Federalist Movement - Canada*   Introduction The World Federalist Movement – Canada (WFM – Canada) is a national non governmental organization that addresses a range of global governance issues. WFM – Canada’s 1,100 members support measures to progressively reinforce the rule of law in international affairs and…

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Searching for Global Security Architecture: Five Reasons Why 2010 is Crucial Turning Point

The fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989 and the subsequent reunification of Germany were followed by the quick dissolution of the Warsaw Pact. Mikhail Gorbachev timely withdrew his support from the collapsing GDR. In June 1989, the former Soviet leader stated in Bonn, where he received a rapturous…

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The ‘Zero Point’ in Serbian History

The newest rhetoric with regard to the “resetting” of relations between Serbia and the US after the 1999 NATO bombing over Kosovo — the “resetting” that allegedly took place with the visit of the American Vice President Biden to Serbia earlier this year — is phrased as the quest for…

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