Samantha Black argues that Canada has been drawn into the Latin America’s war on drugs protecting its economic interests.
Samantha Black discusses Canada’s difficult policy choice over shale oil and gas.
Samantha Black argues that why a weakened Commonwealth risks reducing Canada’s role in international affairs.
Samantha Black on why Canada treaded the Egyptian coup lightly.
Samantha Black discusses the need for a stronger transatlantic commitment as US shifts from the leader to the “Powder Monkey” of NATO.
Samantha Black discusses Canada’s approach and role in the Arctic and Arctic Council.
Revived by the outbreak of the Arab Spring, the conflict between oppositionists to the Assad regime and the Syrian government has escalated in recent months, plunging the nation into a civil war. As its violent nature intensifies, the humanitarian crisis deepens. Consequently, NATO nations face pressures from external and internal actors who argue that a Read More…