Aaron Joshua Pinto was a Junior Research Fellow at the NATO Association of Canada. Returning from a year’s exchange in Europe and a development internship in Central Russia, Aaron is studying in his final year of Honours International Relations and French at Western University. Years of passionate engagement in social issues have taken Aaron from the post-Apartheid townships in Cape Town to the bustling streets of Mumbai all the way to the villages of indígena in Puerto Carreño. Aaron’s avid interest in global affairs led to his selection as a Junior Team Canada ambassador on a trade and development mission to Central and South America. He presently serves as Vice-President of the Canadian Youth Think Tank, Co-Chair of Canada’s International Youth Council, and is both a World Vision Canada Youth Ambassador and Young European Leadership Society Fellow. Aaron’s research interests include religion and post-colonial politics, Canadian foreign policy, South Asia and the Middle East, youth empowerment in the Global South, as well as India and China’s role as emerging global players.
Part III – Final Reflections
Aaron Pinto was one of 90 Canadians sent to Ukraine to observe the country’s parliamentary elections in October.
The arrival of Quebec’s (not so) quiet revolution
Aaron Joshua Pinto provides a background on Québec’s (not so) Quiet Revolution
When it concerns the Ukrainian conflict, the Canadian government has offered no subtleties. Aaron Joshua Pinto tells us why.
Aaron Pinto discusses the benefits of and impediments towards expanding Canada’s energy economy.
Maps can be remarkably powerful tools for understanding the world. Take a look—you might just unleash your inner cartographer.
Aaron Joshua Pinto explores the ups and downs of voluntourism.
Aaron Joshua Pinto offers some skepticism on the recent developments with Iran’s new president