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Conor Hannigan

On Huawei, Canada Risks Far More Than Hypocrisy

Last month Canada was thrown into the international spotlight when Meng Wanzhou, Chief Financial Officer of the Chinese telecom giant Huawei, was arrested in Vancouver at the request of US authorities. She is suspected of committing fraud by violating US sanctions against Iran. China responded in turn, detaining two Canadian citizens and sentencing a third,…

Actually a European Army Could Be in the UK’s Post-Brexit Interest

Back in 2016, during the campaign leading up to the United Kingdom’s referendum on EU membership, The Guardian published an article entitled “Is there a secret plan to create an EU army?” The article addressed Eurosceptic claims that the European Union was en route to the creation of unified armed forces, and that these plans…

The Brexit Debate Is a Battle over Churchillian Ideals

As the United Kingdom’s departure date from the European Union on March 29, 2019 looms, British politicians remain intensely divided on what Brexit should entail. Look no further than the proliferating, jargon-filled Brexit lexicon: the latest addition is Boris Johnson’s plan for a “Super Canada” trade arrangement. But this confusing lack of unity over the…

On Huawei, Canada Risks Far More Than Hypocrisy

Last month Canada was thrown into the international spotlight when Meng Wanzhou, Chief Financial Officer of the Chinese telecom giant Huawei, was arrested in Vancouver at the request of US authorities. She is suspected of committing fraud by violating US sanctions against Iran. China responded in turn, detaining two Canadian citizens and sentencing a third,…

Actually a European Army Could Be in the UK’s Post-Brexit Interest

Back in 2016, during the campaign leading up to the United Kingdom’s referendum on EU membership, The Guardian published an article entitled “Is there a secret plan to create an EU army?” The article addressed Eurosceptic claims that the European Union was en route to the creation of unified armed forces, and that these plans…

The Brexit Debate Is a Battle over Churchillian Ideals

As the United Kingdom’s departure date from the European Union on March 29, 2019 looms, British politicians remain intensely divided on what Brexit should entail. Look no further than the proliferating, jargon-filled Brexit lexicon: the latest addition is Boris Johnson’s plan for a “Super Canada” trade arrangement. But this confusing lack of unity over the…