Anthology II: Nuclear Strategy is the second issue of the Canadian Centre for Strategic Studies’ Anthologies series, an occasional academic publication. The objective of the Anthologies series is to collect and publish the best articles submitted to the CCSS, grouped into specific themes. In this edition, readers will find:
- Michelle Gamage's America's Foreign Policy on Domestic Threats;
- Pascal Dubois's The Effectiveness of Treaties: The Case of Iran;
- Zhou Xi Wang's The Development of Nuclear Weapons Program Decision-Making;
- Erik Nolan's Political Cohesion and Nuclear Strategy; and
- Victoria Jepson's Space Oddity or New Normal: The Collective Security Agreement in Space.
Latest Book Review
In our latest book review, Analyst Salvatore Esquibel breaks down Andrew Selee's Vanishing Frontiers, a timely non-fiction book on the relationship between Mexico and the United States.
"Selee says, rather calmly, that most average Americans aren’t privy to the extent to which Mexico has become a component of their daily lives. He also points out that most American jobs in industries like nail and steel production were saved largely by Mexican business. Tackling the idea that Mexicans are unskilled, he explains that almost all unskilled labour left Mexico once cheap production moved to China."