Stéphane Dion is promising to take Canadian foreign policy in a new direction – one that’s both “moral” and “responsible.” Matt Korda argues, however, it’s all but apathetic toward human rights.
In light of Libya’s deteriorating political regime, Neil Siviter analyzes how NATO can play a larger role in stabilizing the country.
Is NATO capable to respond to potential Russian attacks in the Baltics? As tensions rise in Eastern Europe, Sandy VIngoe examines NATO’s possible response to Russian military aggression.
Layla Wahbi discusses the complications that governmental distrust has posed for Sunni minorities, and the impacts on Iraq’s fight against ISIL.
With The Warsaw Summit right around the corner, Lira Loloci gives us the highlights of NATO Parliamentary Assembly held in Tirana from 27-30 May. With defense, stability and cooperation high on the agenda of policy-makers, the member countries are expected to comply and help the Alliance address its 21st century challenges.
In response to political pressure on burden-sharing within NATO, and the need for increased capacity along it’s eastern front, Neil Siviter analyzes what can be done to sustainably finance the Alliance to face modern crises.