A couple of weekends ago, I chaired a committee at McGill University’s high school Model United Nations conference. 180 excited high school students simulated the United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, working together to address topics like gender, poverty, and technology, all within the context of sustainable risk mitigation of natural disasters. By Read More…
Marta Canneri examines the BRICS, arguing for their continued relevance in a multipolar world.
Marta Canneri discusses the arguments for renewed Canadian leadership in the solutions to the ongoing conflict in Syria.
In the final part of this three-part series, Marta Canneri discusses the main party stances on Canada’s role in the Middle East.
Canadian foreign policy in the federal election, a look at how the Conservative, Liberal, and New Democratic parties see Canada’s role in multilateral fora.
The upcoming Munk Debate on Foreign Policy, Canada’s first-ever federal election debate devoted to foreign policy issues, is scheduled to take place on Monday, September 28. This is a welcome addition to the election debate schedule, according to Munk Debates Chair, Rudyard Griffiths, who issued a press release arguing “too often, foreign policy issues have Read More…
Marta Canneri explains some of the biggest issues of contention within the realm of Canadian refugee policy regarding Syria.
Marta Canneri looks at the international legal perspective on the current migration crisis in Europe.
Marta Canneri examines Canada’s current role in UN peacekeeping operations
Marta Canneri examines the emergence of the United Arab Emirates as a powerful figure in global politics