James Keeling graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2013 with a double major Hon. B.A. in Communications and Political Science. During the final year of his studies, he specialised in International Relations. Some of his research interests include human rights development, macroeconomics, and security studies. On top of being a Junior Research Fellow, James is also a marketing volunteer for the Red Cross. He hopes to gain further work experience before undertaking graduate studies.
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Human Trafficking: The Importance of Public Awareness

In his latest article, James Keeling explores the issue of human trafficking and touches on the importance of public awareness.

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Between a Dictator and a Hard Place: No Happy Ending for North Korean Defectors

James Keeling looks into the disturbing discrimination trends forcing certain North Korean defectors to return to the infamous dictatorship.