Uncertainty of the likelihood of a Trump-Kim meeting continues to grow as each side pivots towards and away from reconciliation. Although Trump has cancelled the summit planned for this month, he has shown a renewed interest in engaging in talks with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. Members of the NAOC community discuss what a Read More…
What would an American Tariff on Steel and Aluminium mean for America’s Trading Relationship?
Editors from the NATO Association examine the effects that tariffs and a possible trade war would have on America’s allies and what this means for free trade in the world.
The Vancouver Summit: Any New Opportunities?
Our program editors dwell on the topics of discussion that are bound to be brought up by the upcoming Vancouver Summit.
2018: New Year, Same Politics?
2018 will be a year of serious changes, both in policy and the people who create it.
2017: A Year in Review
Overall, this year has been difficult. The politics at large have been frightening and there has been a certain desperation in the air. But the good parts cannot be ignored.
President Trump Visits Asia: What should we expect?
The 45th President of the United States has proven to be unpredictable when it comes to foreign affairs. Some of our editors comment on what this might mean during his 13-day trip through Asia.
Israel and the US pulling out of UNESCO: What does this mean for the future of multilateral organizations?
Our editor’s comment on Israel and the United States exiting UNESCO.
Sanctions on North Korea: How effective will they be?
Are the sanctions going to work? And if so, how? Take a look at what our editors think.
South Korean Special Forces attempted to assassinate Kim Il-sung
Why did these attempts fail? What do they mean for Canada?