Steven Chadwick was the Program Editor for International Business and Economy and Strategic Reserve at the NATO Association of Canada. He completed his Honors Specialization in International Relations at Western University, graduating with Distinction. Throughout his undergraduate career, Steve volunteered with the student-run anti-genocide coalition “Students Taking Action Now: Darfur” (S.T.A.N.D), where he held the positions of VP Corporate Sponsorship, Vice President, and President. He has recently completed his first year of law school at Queen’s University Faculty of Law, and is interested in the fields of international trade litigation, corporate finance, and securities regulation. While at Queen’s, Steve also volunteered for Pro Bono Students Canada where he worked for the Kingston Chamber of Commerce and advised local businesses on the process of contract formation. In his spare time, Steve enjoys traveling, competitive basketball and playing guitar.
Steven Chadwick examines the legality of the Algonquin land claim with reference to both Canadian statute and case law.
Steven Chadwick discusses Chinese oil dependency and its geopolitical implications for the South China Sea.
Steven Chadwick discusses the problems associated with privatization as a means by which to deal with water scarcity.
Steven Chadwick discusses the geopolitical implications of North Korea’s upcoming fourth nuclear test in East Asia.
Public resource or private commodity? Steven Chadwick examines some of the potential benefits of water privatization.
The costs may outweigh the benefits as NATO members impose economic sanctions against the Russian Federation.
United Kingdom set to become Europe’s largest economy by 2030.