Dana Gabriel


Building a New North American Partnership for the Future

Dana Gabriel Activist Post The globalist controlled Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) have called on the U.S. to work more closely with Canada and Mexico to build a new North American partnership for the future. The pivot to North America would focus on greater trilateral cooperation in areas such as energy, economic competitiveness, border management,…


NAFTA Partners Pushing North American Competitiveness Integration Agenda

Dana Gabriel Activist Post The recent North American Leaders Summit in Mexico was seen as a perfect opportunity to try and kickstart the trilateral partnership. While there was no headline grabbers or major breakthroughs, the NAFTA partners still moved forward on some crucial issues that centered around North American competitiveness. They developed a shared set…


NAFTA and the Next Phase of North American Integration

Dana Gabriel Activist Post In preparation for the upcoming North American Leaders Summit which will be held in Toluca, Mexico on February 19, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry recently held a meeting with his Canadian and Mexican counterparts. Over the last number of years, not as much attention has been given to the trilateral…


Increasing Data Collection and Surveillance in the North American Homeland

Dana Gabriel Activist Post Some of the corporate interests that are steering the U.S.-Canada Beyond the Border integration agenda are not quite satisfied with its progress so far and they would like the implementation process to be accelerated. The bilateral initiative which was launched almost two years ago promotes a shared vision for perimeter security.…


U.S. Arctic Ambitions and the Militarization of the High North

Dana Gabriel Activist Post Canada recently took over the leadership of the Arctic Council and will be succeeded by the U.S. in 2015. With back-to-back chairmanships, it gives both countries an opportunity to increase cooperation on initiatives that could enhance the development of a shared North American vision for the Arctic. The U.S. has significant…


Canada Being Assimilated Into a U.S. Dominated North American Security Perimeter

Dana Gabriel Activist Post Canada’s prime minister recently addressed the CFR, a globalist think tank who have been a driving force behind the push towards deeper North American integration. The U.S. and Canada are now further advancing this agenda through the Beyond the Border agreement. Both countries are increasing bilateral border transportation and infrastructure coordination.…


The Return of ACTA: U.S. Dictating Canada’s Intellectual Property Laws

Dana Gabriel Activist Post In March, the Canadian government introduced a bill that would bring about sweeping changes to its copyright and trademark laws. This includes giving more power to customs and border protection agents without any judicial oversight. The move is intended to prevent counterfeit goods from entering the country, but has been criticized…


U.S.-Canada Harmonizing Border Security and Immigration Measures

Dana Gabriel, Contributor Activist Post The U.S. and Canada have made significant progress in advancing the Beyond the Border deal and continue to implement various perimeter security initiatives. Without much fanfare, they have signed an immigration agreement that would allow them to share biographic and at a later date, biometric information. As part of a…


Tri-Command Merges U.S.-Canada Military Policy

Dana Gabriel, Contributor Activist Post The Arctic has become an important part of North American perimeter security. Recently, the U.S. and Canada signed two new agreements that will expand bilateral military training, security and defense operations in the region. Both countries are working together to prepare for any real or perceived threats and are moving…


Beyond NAFTA: Shaping the Future of North American Integration

Dana Gabriel, Contributor Activist Post In a move that signalled the importance placed on the NAFTA partnership, Mexico’s new president visited the U.S. and Canada before his inauguration. This was seen as a step forward in further strengthening political, economic, energy and security ties between all three countries. Other recent high-level meetings and policy papers…

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