The “rise of China” on the international stage is virtually an undisputed fact. Some even speak of China ‘eclipsing’ the United States as the preeminent world power. One element of this would likely involve the replacement of the U.S. dollar by the Renminbi as the international currency. But how likely is this scenario to play out? Lily Jia subjects this hypothesis to analytical rigour.
This article analyzes the link between women’s rights and the notion of R2P in a conflict/ post-conflict situation. In so doing, this article suggests that recognizing WPS while implementing every phase of R2P is necessary to address atrocities against women during and after conflict.
Samer Khurshid examines Canada-China Relations via the case of Meng Wanzhou, providing options for the Canadian government, and their related trade and Intelligence implications.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, Willow Hillman highlights the role that the Bank of Canada’s inflation targeting and monetary policy has in ensuring Canadian economic security, and the pursuit of the political and military means by which NATO ensures member states’ freedom and security.
Climate change is a major problem in our globe. James Cho examines the benefits of carbon tax and the obstacles preventing it.
Bonnie Lao explores the politics of trade and alliance between Japan, Russia, and China triggered by Japan’s energy insecurity.