Emily Tsui on the benefits and strategies of active reading
Author: Emily Tsui
Emily Tsui is a second year student at Trinity College at the University of Toronto, pursuing a specialist in International Relations and a minor in Business German. Her research interests include energy security and development, Arctic security, environmental sustainability in developing countries and Canadian defense policy. She is a current Joint Research Fellow and Research Analyst with the Atlantic Council of Canada.
A Consulate of Toronto?
Emily Tsui analyzes the growing trend of “paradiplomacy”, and whether it will prove to be an effective future diplomatic model
Implications of Nordic Orion for Canada
Emily Tsui on what the recent trip of the Nordic Orion through the North West Passage will mean for Canada
Top 3 Undergraduate International Relations Programs
Interested in pursuing international relations at university? Here’s a guide that can help get you started
The History of Canada’s Involvement in the Creation of NATO
Canada has played a role in NATO’s creation, its survival during the Cold War, and now its current day operations. Read this to learn more about it
The Syrian Conflict and Environmental Decline
Emily Tsui on the growing problem of environmental degradation and its impact on the Syrian conflict