James recently graduated Carleton University with a Masters degree in Political Science, specializing in International Relations. Previously James received an Honours Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Toronto. James has also spent time as a Junior Policy Analyst at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, where he worked on analysis regarding Canada’s investment promotion strategies. James has a wide array of interests relating to international relations including but not limited to: international organizations (such as NATO), state sovereignty, terrorism and its impact on state sovereignty, state-to-state interactions, international economic policy and international health and drug policy.
James Monteith examines how Mexican Drug Cartels are eroding the Mexican state’s authority.
James Monteith on the process of becoming a reservist.
James Monteith examines the increasingly-brutal drug war in Mexico.
James Monteith on the endemic corruption in FIFA.
James Monteith on PTSD and the Canadian Forces Reserves.
James Monteith on Silvio Berlusconi and Italy’s culture of chauvinism.
James Monteith on the protests sweeping Brazil.
James Monteith on the gross privacy violations by the NSA’s PRISM program.
James Monteith on the Canadian Forces Reserves’ decreasing budget and increasing responsibilities.
James Monteith on the state of Russian civil liberties under Vladimir Putin.