What can be understood from the Liberal government’s commitments about future Canadian involvement in UN Peace Operations, and are there alternative mission options that attain similar goals but are more aligned with current security interests? Ryan Atkinson discusses.
In this Editor’s Forum, we asked our editors their view on voting: In light of the American elections, its resulting outcry, and its 49% silent, is the vote the best representation of democracy today? Why so?
Friends before, frenemies now? Sha Lalapet examines the dynamic changes in US-Turkey relations over the years. While the partnership has stood the test of time, will it survive in light of recent events?
Japanese Emperor Akihito has hinted he wants to abdicate – what does this mean for his country’s politics and culture? Catherine Gao explores his life and legacy.
Western military forces have demonstrated that they are effective in implementing regime change. But such regimes failed to foster stability or eradicate jihadist extremism, and thus, war persists and blood is still spilt. Jayson Derow discusses why the overthrowing of the Assad government will not ease tensions within the Syrian civil war or the battle against ISIS.
Ian and Aishwarya continue their A Short History of Nearly Everything NATO with this installation discussing NATO in Afghanistan.
Elliot Cho presents the first of a four-part series exploring South Korean history to foresee the challenges for post-Maidan Ukraine