How far has Afghanistan come since intervention? Lira Loloci provides an infographic of the progress made in reproductive health, child health and education.
Why does Canada continue to have internal provincial protectionism? At a time when protectionism internationally is more prevalent than ever, such laws need to be urgently reformed.
Since Britons voted to leave in last month’s EU referendum, UK politics has been all but in a state of upheaval. So, for this week’s Editors’ Forum, we asked our Program Editors at NAOC the following: what’s next?
Even before it joined the EU, Romania was one of the most corrupt countries in Europe. Now that Russian aggression is a major threat, Romania is seen as a very strategic ally. However, seeing how it is currently ruling under an interim government, the question remains: how much can Romania be seen credibly when it still has not solved its corruption problems?
Our program editors consider how the U.S. should respond to the mass shooting in Orlando.
Our program editors debate whether NATO should hug Israel close or keep its distance.
With The Warsaw Summit right around the corner, Lira Loloci gives us the highlights of NATO Parliamentary Assembly held in Tirana from 27-30 May. With defense, stability and cooperation high on the agenda of policy-makers, the member countries are expected to comply and help the Alliance address its 21st century challenges.
If Britain leaves the EU, what will it mean for the future of the European alliance? Lira Loloci discusses Britain’s referendum and whether this move will weaken the EU.
Given that international cooperation in climate policy is hard to achieve amongst countries due to problems of free riding, Lira Loloci discusses the effects of funding geoengineering approaches to climate change alongside mitigation efforts.
What has enabled NATO to maintain its position in the international security arena? Lira Loloci discusses how NATO’s role evolved and adapted to respond to the new challenges of the 21st century.