Prime Minister Trudeau has signaled he will continue with his plan to bring 25,000 refugee claimants from Syria to Canada before year’s end and will withdraw Canada’s CF18’s from their coalition bombing of ISIS mission. Is this wise?
French elections will take place in a month. Will the ISIS attack drive more French voters into the camp of the ultra-nationalist, anti-immigrant Front National party?
What will we likely see as far as attacks on ISIS is concerned? If France asks for help from its allies, then what for Canada? And Britain putting thousands of special forces/special police on the streets of its cities signals the U.K. is at the end of its intelligence rope says guest, joining us from France.
Guest: Dr. Christian Leuprecht. Int’l security expert. Professor of Political Science at the Royal Military College of Canada (in Grenoble)