Climate change is a major problem in our globe. James Cho examines the benefits of carbon tax and the obstacles preventing it.
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Competition in the South China Sea: Who will become the global hegemon?
In this article, James Cho explores the competition of the superpowers, in the South China Sea region.
The Kids Are Not Alright: Canadian Youth in Crisis
In this article, James Cho looks at the current crisis in youth mental health and argues that the matter requires urgent attention and reaction from all Canadians.
The United State’s Changing Strategy towards the Middle East
In this article, James Cho argues that the first step of understanding a nation’s behaviour is to understand its interest. He suggests that the the U.S’s changing strategy towards the Middle East is an example.
The Impact of the Interest Rate Cut by the US Central Bank on Canada’s Economy
The US Central Bank has cut down its interest rate three times this year. What is the Bank of Canada’s next decision and it’s impact on Canada’s economy?
Escalating Tensions Between South Korea and Japan Pose Serious Problems for Regional Security
What is happening in East Asia? In this article, James Cho discusses the escalating tension between Japan and South Korea with South Korea’s GSOMIA withdrawal and “No Japan” boycott. He examines possible impact of GSOMIA withdrawal and how it poses problems in East Asia security.
How Canada is Protecting its Critical Infrastructure from Cyberattacks
In this article, James Cho reviews how Canada is protecting its critical infrastructure from cyberattacks. He examines the 2015 cyberattack on Ukraine’s power grid as an example of cyberattack on infrastructure and introduces the goals of the new National Cyber Security Action Plan by Canadian Centre for Cyber Security.