Dahlia James is a Research Analyst at the NATO Association of Canada, where she writes articles on current events, as well as women in security, Canada’s involvement in NATO, and NATO’s multilateral connections. She has completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Toronto, where she studied Political Science, History, and American Studies. For the entirety of the 2011-2012 academic year, she studied abroad at the Rothberg International School at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem where her studies were focused on Israeli foreign policy and Middle Eastern studies. Her recent experience includes acting as the Co-Editor in Chief of the Undergraduate Journal of American Studies at the Munk School of Global Affairs, and interning in the research and editorial department at the Jerusalem Centre of Public Affairs. Her interests lie in American foreign policy, Canadian-American bilateral affairs, and both Israeli and Middle Eastern politics.
Dahlia James on the recent waves of violence in Iraq.
Dahlia James on the mounting difficulties that ex-President Mohammed Morsi has been facing since July of this year.
Dahlia James on Mali and how tensions between Islamist forces and French troops are escalating.
Dahlia James on the recent protests in Ukraine.
Dahlia James on the US and why it suspended aid to Syria.
Dahlia James on how deploying troops in the Central African Republic may create some semblance of peace.
Dahlia James examines Kuwait and how it is a hub for private donors to donate to the rebels fighting in Syria.
Dahlia James examines US Secretary of State John Kerry’s recent unannounced visit to Cairo.
Dahlia James on the current situation of women’s rights in Saudi Arabia.
Dahlia James on the recent militant attacks in Russia.