Tag Archives: Arms Trade

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 – International Arms Trade: Look Ma! No Canada

6 Dec

A tweet: Brits rather punching above their weight. Mark Collins, a prolific Ottawa blogger, is a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute; he tweets @Mark3Ds

Source: Mark Collins – International Arms Trade: Look Ma! No Canada

Mark Collins – Indian PM Modi in Washington–Goes for Defence Cooperation

9 Jun

Further to this April post (note my caveat at the end to which I still hold), US SecDef Carter in India Pushing Military Cooperation … In spite of all the wooing the Indians will not let them…

Source: Mark Collins – Indian PM Modi in Washington–Goes for Defence Cooperation

Mark Collins – A Hanoi/Washington Axis, or, as the Dragon-Facing World Turns (Canadian angle)

24 May

Canada at end of the post. Further to this July 2015 post, The US and Vietnam: Containing China Together? A Visit to Washington don’t you believe the nicely diplomatic President Obama (with v…

Source: Mark Collins – A Hanoi/Washington Axis, or, as the Dragon-Facing World Turns (Canadian angle)

Mark Collins – Who’s Selling and Buying Arms?

22 Feb

A tweet, note Aussies in buyers’ list: No Canadian leadership. Mark Collins, a prolific Ottawa blogger, is a  Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute; he  tweets @Mark3Ds

Source: Mark Collins – Who’s Selling and Buying Arms?