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Canada Urgently Needs a National Security Policy

It has been a busy year for policymakers and strategic thinkers in Canada. Confronting Russian aggression in Europe, balancing the Chinese and Indian relationships, and isolating the Russian economy has proven to be difficult. Domestic unrest due to supply-chain disruptions and exorbitant energy and fuel cost increases has proven to be equally challenging in many Read More…

Canada’s Need for a Comprehensive Arctic Strategy Amid Russian and Chinese Threats

The Age of Crises? A Primer for the Mid-Twenty-First Century

Performing does not Equal Conforming: NATO and Standardization

Canada’s Role in NATO with Monica Izaguirre-Canales and Professor Aaron Ettinger from Carleton University

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Xi Jinping Defiant: Cause for Concern Following China’s 20th Party Congress

Can Canada expect increased friction with Beijing? Following the 20th Party Congress, Canada is right to be concerned about China.

Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit, Samarkand, Uzbekistan, September 16, 2022

India Flexing Its Diplomatic Muscles: A Strategic Shift in the Indo-Pacific?

A New Strategic Concept and A New Outlook on China

Sri Lanka: Canada’s Foothold in the Indo-Pacific?

SEATO: The tantalizing promise of NATO’s forgotten counterpart in the Indo-Pacific

AI’s Impact on Society and Security

Artificial intelligence is a rapidly advancing technology that influences much of daily life in economically advanced countries. It has the ability to benefit a wide range of industries, from internet-based businesses to weapons manufacturers; however, applications of AI is not without risks.

Food Security in Canada’s Arctic

A Retrospective Review of Red Storm Rising: Relevant Revival or Russophobic Relic?

A Guide to Canada’s Corrections System Infographic

Putin’s War Has United Europe

NATO Needs to Act When Member States Curb LGBTQ+ Rights   

Hungary frequently discriminates against minority groups, including members of the LGBTQ+ community, violating standards of human rights. In this article, Jordan McEwen and Diana Fodor discuss why NATO should intervene to address Hungary’s rollbacks of LGBTQ+ rights.

The International Implications of Roe v. Wade’s Overturn

Defying Stereotypes: The Growing Importance of Women in the Armed Forces of the Baltic States

Examining the Setbacks in Women Leadership in the Context of the Albanian Armed Forces

The Crisis in Afghanistan: An Interview with Journalist and Human Rights Activist, Sally Armstrong

AI’s Impact on Society and Security

Artificial intelligence is a rapidly advancing technology that influences much of daily life in economically advanced countries. It has the ability to benefit a wide range of industries, from internet-based businesses to weapons manufacturers; however, applications of AI is not without risks.

Canada’s Need for a Comprehensive Arctic Strategy Amid Russian and Chinese Threats

Long-lasting Peace and Prosperity is Possible in the Caucasus

Food Security in Canada’s Arctic

Snow-Washing Dirty Money in Canada

Who Will Save the Internet from China?

The Geopolitics of the Internet Threats to an open internet have been increasing over the past decade. China, Russia, and other authoritarian states have stepped up attempts to exert greater global top-down control over the network architecture that enables the data flows internet operations rely on. If authoritarian states shape the future of the internet in Read More…

AI’s Impact on Society and Security

Canada’s Need for a Comprehensive Arctic Strategy Amid Russian and Chinese Threats

Snow-Washing Dirty Money in Canada

Canada’s Lacking Data Privacy Protections

Nothing is Foreign Here: China, Japan, and the Influence of Narratives within American Policymaking

How do stories shape domestic articulations of foreign policy? In this special report, Jack Burnham discusses how the narratives surrounding the rise of China and Japan shaped American foreign policy debates.

From the Internet to Ashes: Disinformation and the Tigray War

No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy? The Marine Corps’ New Information Warfare Strategy

“A Splendid Little War” Great Power Competition, Disinformation, and the Spanish-American War

Like Father, Like Son? Disinformation and the Marcos’ Legacy

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The NATO Association is proud to present its most recent special publication, Towards Coexistence and Cooperation: NATO and China.

This three-part publication seeks to bridge the understanding of strategic priorities and values between NATO and China and determine pathways for peaceful coexistence.

Click the image to read the third and final report under this publication titled “The Ambitions of the People’s Republic of China: An Opportunity and a Threat to the Rules-Based International Order” by H. Olivia Hamilton and Ruben Barragan. Together examine China's relationship with multilateral agencies within the United Nations and make recommendations for enhancing cooperation.

Special Publication

Special Publication

The NATO Association of Canada is proud to present its Fall 2020 publication, NATO and the Asia-Pacific.

These essays present a range of perspectives from some of the world’s top experts on the topic of NATO’s engagement with actors and institutions from across the AsiaPacific region. The NATO Association of Canada asserts that multilateralism and cooperation remain the most effective tools at our disposal for meeting twenty-first century challenges such as climate change, pandemic disease, or armed conflict. We hope that these essays can provide a starting point for further dialogue towards this goal.

NATÔ Canada! Podcast

NATÔ Canada! Podcast

In this series, the NATO Association of Canada in partnership with the NATO Research Group out of the University of Toronto, explore issues related to security, prosperity, and the international rules-based order.

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NATO 70th Anniversary

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