Kristen Pue is pursuing a combined JD and PhD (Political Science) at the University of Toronto. She recently completed her Master of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, during which she was a Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Master’s Scholar and a Lupina Foundation CPHS Social Determinants of Health Fellow. She holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Alberta. Kristen interned at the Joint Delegation of Canada to NATO with the Operations Policy Committee. Following this, she undertook a team research project to develop a potential Canadian strategy toward the Alliance’s partnerships policy discussions ahead of the Newport Summit. Kristen is interested in the intersection between Canadian foreign policy and the advancement of international peace, security and prosperity. She is the Advocacy Director for STAND Canada, the leading student organization for the prevention of and reaction to genocide.
By drawing lessons from the war in Libya and Afghanistan, the author Kristen Pue analyses NATO’s engagement with its Operational Partners.
In her latest commentary, Kristen Pue provides an analysis of NATO’s Operational Partners.
Kristen Pue analyses Russia’s recent enactment of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). She posits that the EEU is a step towards solidifying Russia’s privileged position vis-a-vis China.
This article explains NATO Partnerships policy.