Emily Robinson discusses the hierarchy of interests within NATO and how it has been able to remain relevant in the post Cold War era.
Emily Robinson discusses the issues surrounding the influx of irregular migrants traveling across the Mediterranean Sea to Europe from North Africa.
Emily Robinson discusses the exceptional case of Omar Khadr and his fight for freedom after thirteen years of incarceration.
Emily discusses the geopolitical significance of Yemen to other actors in the Middle East.
Emily explores questions about the viability of a unified Libyan government as they continue to permeate discussions on the North African state’s future.
Emily Robinson explains intervening states and organizations such as NATO or the UN have to strike a balance during interventions in the global South.
Emily Robinson questions whether or not the development of the South should (or is able to) follow the Western model.
As the Iranian nuclear talks yet again reach a peak, there has of course been a lot of chatter about the potential outcomes of a deal.
Emily Robinson explores the situation in Libya.
October saw the United States produce more oil than Saudi Arabia for the first time in 40 years. What does that mean for Canada? Emily Robinson analyses the fluctuation of oil prices.