Military culture across the world has gone through significant shifts. The male-dominated institution has made important strives in the last 20 years with regards to gender equality. In Canada, women have been participating in Canada’s military history for the last 100 years, but it was not until the year 2000 that all restrictions were lifted, Read More…
Fadi Dawood, Michael Lumbers, Emmerson Murray, and Layla Wahbi discuss the latest in immigration politics.
This is the summary of an interview about community based refugee sponsorship in Toronto.
Years after the Arab Spring, Paul Pryce proposes that the time has come to draw upon NATO’s Istanbul Cooperation Initiative.
Hasan Siddiqui highlights the newfound success of Syrian rebel groups in the North, what it comes with, and what it means for the current regime and potentially Syria’s future.
Seema Kawar sheds light on the discrimination against female legal guardians in Jordan.
Hasan Siddiqui’s outlook on the current situation in the Levant and Hezbollah’s capacity therein.
As a result of the beheading of 21 Egyptians and the recent murder of a Jordanian pilot, the Arab world has been drawn into the fight against ISIS
Section I of this series examined the Jordanian reaction to Lt. Moath Kasasbeh’s execution and concepts of legitimizing military operations through public sentiment in times of crisis. Military action, however, is not a clear-cut path to annihilating this extremist threat. Contesting ISIS’s influence must not be restricted to sheer military power, and should include ideological Read More…
Zaid discusses the public Jordanian reaction to Lt. Kasasbeh’s execution at the hands of ISIS. He explores publications regarding intensified Jordanian involvement in the coalition fight against ISIS.