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Paul Meyer is a former Canadian Ambassador for Disarmament currently affiliated with Simon Fraser University and The Simons Foundation in Vancouver.

Space systems are too important to leave unprotected against cyber attack

Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | April 10, 2024
Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc is responsible for Bill C-26 currently under scrutiny in the House of Commons. It represents a key legislative vehicle to upgrade Canada’s cyber resiliency, writes Paul Meyer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | April 10, 2024
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | April 10, 2024
Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc is responsible for Bill C-26 currently under scrutiny in the House of Commons. It represents a key legislative vehicle to upgrade Canada’s cyber resiliency, writes Paul Meyer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | December 4, 2023
Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly sounded a welcome note on diplomacy in an Oct. 30 speech, but Ottawa’s excuse that participation in a recent nuclear disarmament event would violate NATO obligations rings hollow, writes Paul Meyer. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | December 4, 2023
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | December 4, 2023
Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly sounded a welcome note on diplomacy in an Oct. 30 speech, but Ottawa’s excuse that participation in a recent nuclear disarmament event would violate NATO obligations rings hollow, writes Paul Meyer. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | March 6, 2023
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, left, and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Putin’s nuclear scare campaign is particularly disturbing because it comes in a context which has witnessed the gradual dismantlement over the last decade of existing bilateral and multilateral arms control frameworks, writes Paul Meyer. Photographs courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | March 6, 2023
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | March 6, 2023
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, left, and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Putin’s nuclear scare campaign is particularly disturbing because it comes in a context which has witnessed the gradual dismantlement over the last decade of existing bilateral and multilateral arms control frameworks, writes Paul Meyer. Photographs courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | November 25, 2019
Those concerned with outer space currently face something of a paradox. Space has never been more important for global prosperity and well-being, yet it has never seen such little effort to secure this unique realm through international cooperation. Photograph courtesy of GoodFreePhotos
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | November 25, 2019
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | November 25, 2019
Those concerned with outer space currently face something of a paradox. Space has never been more important for global prosperity and well-being, yet it has never seen such little effort to secure this unique realm through international cooperation. Photograph courtesy of GoodFreePhotos
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | November 26, 2018
The Defence Policy Review outcome of June 2017, which contains a forward-looking section on Canadian Forces engagement in space, also pledges DND’s active support for Global Affairs’ diplomatic efforts to preserve space for peaceful purposes. It remains to be seen whether Canada will resume past leadership by developing and implementing such a strategy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | November 26, 2018
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | November 26, 2018
The Defence Policy Review outcome of June 2017, which contains a forward-looking section on Canadian Forces engagement in space, also pledges DND’s active support for Global Affairs’ diplomatic efforts to preserve space for peaceful purposes. It remains to be seen whether Canada will resume past leadership by developing and implementing such a strategy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 15, 2018
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, left, and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan announce a new national cyber security strategy on June 12. The Canadian government has long promised a cyber security foreign policy to guide Canada's efforts to influence the development of international policy on cyberspace, but the plan released June 12 takes a broader view. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 15, 2018
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 15, 2018
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, left, and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan announce a new national cyber security strategy on June 12. The Canadian government has long promised a cyber security foreign policy to guide Canada's efforts to influence the development of international policy on cyberspace, but the plan released June 12 takes a broader view. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | December 14, 2017
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, left, released a new national cyber security strategy in April 2016. It outlines a clear chain of command in terms of government responsibility. U.S. Air Force photograph by Tech. Sgt. Brigitte N. Brantley
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | December 14, 2017
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | December 14, 2017
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, left, released a new national cyber security strategy in April 2016. It outlines a clear chain of command in terms of government responsibility. U.S. Air Force photograph by Tech. Sgt. Brigitte N. Brantley
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 21, 2017
Chrystia Freeland, then Canada's trade minister, at the 2015 WTO Ministerial Conference. Ms. Freeland gave an outline of what the government values in foreign policy in the House of Commons earlier this month. Photograph courtesy of the WTO, Admedia Communication
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 21, 2017
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 21, 2017
Chrystia Freeland, then Canada's trade minister, at the 2015 WTO Ministerial Conference. Ms. Freeland gave an outline of what the government values in foreign policy in the House of Commons earlier this month. Photograph courtesy of the WTO, Admedia Communication
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 14, 2017
Moon Jae-in speaks at his inauguration ceremony as the 19th president of South Korea on May 10 in the country's capital, Seoul. Jeon Han photograph courtesy of Korea.net/Korean Culture and Information Service
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 14, 2017
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 14, 2017
Moon Jae-in speaks at his inauguration ceremony as the 19th president of South Korea on May 10 in the country's capital, Seoul. Jeon Han photograph courtesy of Korea.net/Korean Culture and Information Service
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | January 11, 2017
The government of Russian President Vladimir Putin, pictured here at the UN in 2015, has been accused on more than one occasion of launching cyber attacks on other countries, most recently leading to the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats from the United States. Cia Pak photograph courtesy of the United Nations
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | January 11, 2017
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | January 11, 2017
The government of Russian President Vladimir Putin, pictured here at the UN in 2015, has been accused on more than one occasion of launching cyber attacks on other countries, most recently leading to the expulsion of 35 Russian diplomats from the United States. Cia Pak photograph courtesy of the United Nations
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | October 28, 2016
The remains of a building in Hiroshima, Japan after it was bombed in August 1945. Photograph courtesy of the United Nations
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | October 28, 2016
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | October 28, 2016
The remains of a building in Hiroshima, Japan after it was bombed in August 1945. Photograph courtesy of the United Nations
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 13, 2016
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 13, 2016
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | June 13, 2016
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | May 18, 2016
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | May 18, 2016
Opinion | BY PAUL MEYER | May 18, 2016