Where to find “The 3Ds Blog” archives

10 Jan

Further to this post by the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, The 3Ds Blog archive (second) is now at left at orange box at bottom here  (h/t Denise)–posts 2010 to January 2013 are here.

Still tweeting @Mark3Ds.

Mark Collins

 

 

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End of 3Ds Blog

5 Jan

CGAI regrets that the 3Ds blog will cease posting new material with immediate effect. Previous posts and comments will be archived and available for research on this site.  CGAI is most grateful to…

Source: End of 3Ds Blog

Mark Collins – “The fall of Aleppo shows us exactly what we have become”

28 Dec

Terrible Terry Glavin roars his rage; amongst other things he excoriates feckless and irrelevant Canadian word-mongering at the UN General Assembly–an excerpt: … The truth of it is we’d…

Source: Mark Collins – “The fall of Aleppo shows us exactly what we have become”

Mark Collins – Christmas/New Year Blogging Break (but not tweeting)

16 Dec

Will not be posting December 19/January 1 but will be tweeting. Mark Collins, a prolific Ottawa blogger, is a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute; he tweets @Mark3Ds

Source: Mark Collins – Christmas/New Year Blogging Break (but not tweeting)

Mark Collins – World Defence Spending 2015/2016

15 Dec

A tweet–US$, Canada steady at no. 15 (what do we buy–only part of defence spending–for it?): Mark Collins, a prolific Ottawa blogger, is a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs In…

Source: Mark Collins – World Defence Spending 2015/2016

Mark Collins – Big Dragon “Yikes!”–From 2010 to 2020 “China is set to nearly double its military spending…”

15 Dec

This should sure get the attention of PEOTUS Trump–the rest of the headline: …as an arms race heats up in Asia. China’s defense spending will balloon to $233 billion in 2020, up f…

Source: Mark Collins – Big Dragon “Yikes!”–From 2010 to 2020 “China is set to nearly double its military spending…”

Mark Collins – Public Safety Canada’s Emergency Management May Suck

15 Dec

Just read between the bureaucratese at this report, damning stuff. The previous Conservative government cared little for this core federal responsibility; what about the new one? Not a sunny subjec…

Source: Mark Collins – Public Safety Canada’s Emergency Management May Suck