In his latest article, Daniel Bodirsky asserts Canada’s need to move beyond trade agreements in order to become a Pacific Nation.
Author: Daniel Bodirsky
Sino-Vietnamese Relations: Subtle Anger
Amid a backdrop of deteriorating regional security, Daniel Bodirsky examines the origins of Sino-Vietnamese animosity.
Who’s Next? Potential NATO Secretary-General Candidates
With Anders Fogh Rasmussen’s term soon ending, Daniel Bodirsky examines potential candidates for the position of NATO Secretary-General.
Beyond Good Intentions: Canada, Laos, and Unexploded Ordnance
Daniel Bodirsky examines Ottawa’s decision to renew UXO-removal funding in Laos.
Canadian Rangers: A Worthy Investment
Daniel Bodirsky makes the case for an expanded Canadian Ranger force.
Report from Riga: Young Diplomacy Professionals Forum 2013
The NATO Council of Canada’s Daniel Bodirsky recently traveled to the Young Diplomacy Professionals Forum in Riga, Latvia.
The Next Problem from Hell: The US and Myanmar’s Rohingya People
Daniel Bodirsky examines the possibility of American intervention on behalf of Myanmar’s Rohingya people.
Deal in the Southern Philippines: Why Now?
Daniel Bodirsky examines the impetus behind breakthroughs in the Southern Philippines’ peace process.
The Middlemen: Niche Diplomacy in Asia – Mongolia
In the second installment of his three-part series on niche diplomacy, Daniel Bodirsky investigates Mongolia’s potential as a mediator.
Civil Military Leadership Pilot Initiative: A Boost for Civil-Military Relations
Daniel Bodirsky explains the recently-announced Civil Military Leadership Pilot Initiative at the University of Alberta.