Stéphane Dion is promising to take Canadian foreign policy in a new direction – one that’s both “moral” and “responsible.” Matt Korda argues, however, it’s all but apathetic toward human rights.
How a Murder Defines a Conflict
Matt Korda investigates how a decade-old murder plays a central role in explaining and perpetuating the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
A War Over Unwanted Territory
Is Donbas more trouble than it’s worth? Matt Korda investigates why neither the Ukrainians nor the Russians seem keen to prop up the region.
Putin Charts a Course Towards Autarky
Matt Korda explores the sinister side of Putin’s newest presidential decree.
The End of Anonymity
How is warfare altered when soldiers know their enemies personally? Matt Korda investigates.
A Tale of Two Tragedies
Matt Korda compares two air disasters, MH17 and Iran Air Flight 655, and points out some crucial differences in the culpable countries’ responses.
Regional Cooperation In The South Caucasus: Reality Or A Pipe Dream?
Matt Korda analyzes how the Caucasian pipeline network explains and drives the politics of the South Caucasus.
Putin’s Big Lie
There is a Big Lie behind every revisionist regime, including that of Vladimir Putin. Matt Korda investigates.
Putin’s Hybrid Assault on Article 5
Could triggering Article 5 also spell the end of NATO? Matt Korda investigates how Vladimir Putin is creating and exploiting vulnerabilities within the western alliance.
Talk to a Diplomat: Episode V
Talk to a Diplomat returns with one of our newest Junior Research Fellows.