Leah Nosal was a Program Editor at the NATO Association of Canada, where she managed the International Business and Economy program. She recently completed her B.A. (Hons) at the University of Toronto, where she studied International Relations and Political Science at the Munk School of Global Affairs. In the last two years, Leah has contributed in a research capacity to the G8 Research Group, Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, Engineers Without Borders Canada, and Grand Challenges Canada. Leah also has extensive international experience, including study in France and Indonesia. Her interest in Canadian international relations includes defense procurement, US foreign policy, and international trade negotiations.
Leah Nosal explores the important role played by Canadian provinces in the success of the pending Canada-EU free trade agreement
Leah Nosal explores the use of Twitter by al-Shabaab during their recent attack in Nairobi
Leah Nosal explores the prospects of a North American perimeter
Leah Nosal explores the implications of the recent coup in Egypt on Canadian interests.
Leah Nosal explains why NATO members should not be so quick to celebrate the “end” of their war in Afghanistan.
Leah Nosal elucidates the crisis in Syria from the Russian perspective.
Leah Nosal examines Canada and NATO’s involvement in Libya and the path forward for Syria.