Chaos theory holds that there’s predictability in seemingly random events. So, is it possible to predict world events using mathematical models? Or assist in development of military applications?
As Month 13 looms for many Syrians who are trying their hand at integrating into Canada without financial assistance, it is a pivotal point in the country’s ability to see their presence as a blessing as opposed to a burden.
With the recent increase in civilian casualties from coalition airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, Farah Bogani examines the narrative emerging from the Mosul airstrike.
As the US steps up its military presence in Syria, Nick Raffey discusses Canada’s future role in the Syrian theater.
Jacqueline Hicks examines the Yazidi people’s fight for justice two years after ISIS began its systemic slaughter of the ethno-religious group in August 2014.
With over five years of bloodshed on all fronts of the Syrian civil war, and with no reasonable solution in sight, Jayson Derow analyzes whether the separation of ethnic groups through de facto partition is a feasible strategy to manage ethnic conflict, or is such an approach actually a conflict waiting to happen?