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Sakhi Naimpoor

Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | January 21, 2020
U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in London on Dec. 3, 2019. Considering that Canada is increasingly becoming an insignificant player in world affairs, the bandwagoning and dancing along with the political tunes of the Trump administration is a questionable practice for the long term that defies our liberal internationalist values, writes Sakhi Naimpoor. White House photograph by Shealah Craighead
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | January 21, 2020
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | January 21, 2020
U.S. President Donald Trump meets with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in London on Dec. 3, 2019. Considering that Canada is increasingly becoming an insignificant player in world affairs, the bandwagoning and dancing along with the political tunes of the Trump administration is a questionable practice for the long term that defies our liberal internationalist values, writes Sakhi Naimpoor. White House photograph by Shealah Craighead
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | April 17, 2019
The Canadian HMCS Windsor sub returns home to port in Halifax on Dec. 17, 2015, after taking part in exercises with NATO allies. Dan Bard photograph courtesy of the Canadian Armed Forces
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | April 17, 2019
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | April 17, 2019
The Canadian HMCS Windsor sub returns home to port in Halifax on Dec. 17, 2015, after taking part in exercises with NATO allies. Dan Bard photograph courtesy of the Canadian Armed Forces
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | March 6, 2019
A Feb. 28 report from Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux indicated the Liberal government underestimated the cost of its purchase of used Australian fighter jets by about 22 per cent. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | March 6, 2019
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | March 6, 2019
A Feb. 28 report from Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux indicated the Liberal government underestimated the cost of its purchase of used Australian fighter jets by about 22 per cent. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | August 3, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with Jens Stoltenberg, NATO secretary general in 2017. The two met in Brussels last month, during which Trudeau committed to lead a training effort in Iraq. Photograph courtesy of 45 Nord
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | August 3, 2018
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | August 3, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with Jens Stoltenberg, NATO secretary general in 2017. The two met in Brussels last month, during which Trudeau committed to lead a training effort in Iraq. Photograph courtesy of 45 Nord
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | February 21, 2018
The last Canadians involved in the NATO training mission in Afghanistan board an American Chinook helicopter on March 12, 2014 as they leave Kabul, Afghanistan. Sakhi Naimpoor says it's time Canada commit to another advisory mission. Canadian Armed Forces photograph by Patrick Blanchard
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | February 21, 2018
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | February 21, 2018
The last Canadians involved in the NATO training mission in Afghanistan board an American Chinook helicopter on March 12, 2014 as they leave Kabul, Afghanistan. Sakhi Naimpoor says it's time Canada commit to another advisory mission. Canadian Armed Forces photograph by Patrick Blanchard
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | November 15, 2017
United States Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis speaks to troops serving in NATO's Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan on Sept. 28. Photograph courtesy of NATO
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | November 15, 2017
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | November 15, 2017
United States Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis speaks to troops serving in NATO's Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan on Sept. 28. Photograph courtesy of NATO
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | March 22, 2017
Afghan National Police recruits are given weapons training using AK-47 machine guns as part of their basic policing training at the Regional Training Centre in Kandahar. Photograph by Sergeant Matthew McGregor, courtesy of Canadian Forces Combat Camera
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | March 22, 2017
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | March 22, 2017
Afghan National Police recruits are given weapons training using AK-47 machine guns as part of their basic policing training at the Regional Training Centre in Kandahar. Photograph by Sergeant Matthew McGregor, courtesy of Canadian Forces Combat Camera
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | November 9, 2016
Members of the Afghan National Army move into position during an exercise in Kabul, Afghanistan on Sept. 2, 2013. If Canada were to embed security advisers within Afghan defence and interior ministries, it could help immeasurably, argues Sakhi Naimpoor. DND photograph courtesy of Sgt. James Funk
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | November 9, 2016
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | November 9, 2016
Members of the Afghan National Army move into position during an exercise in Kabul, Afghanistan on Sept. 2, 2013. If Canada were to embed security advisers within Afghan defence and interior ministries, it could help immeasurably, argues Sakhi Naimpoor. DND photograph courtesy of Sgt. James Funk
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | May 18, 2016
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | May 18, 2016
Opinion | BY SAKHI NAIMPOOR | May 18, 2016