On February 11, 2011 the Arab world experienced a seismic political event, the resignation of Hosni Mubarak. This event could be compared to the fall of Prince Metternich on March 13, 1848. Both were largely symbolic events of a larger revolutionary wave sweeping across their respective regions. As the international experts and leaders market the Read More…
NATO’s Challenges in 2016
Matthew Rae explores main concerns for NATO in the new year.
How One Event Will Shape a Prime Minister’s Foreign Policy Agenda
Matthew Rae tackles how recent events can define Trudeau’s policy agenda and how this could make or break his term.
Canada- A New Honest Broker
Matthew Rae discusses the role of the ‘Honest Broker’ in International Relations, and the Canadian government’s approach to returning to ‘Pearsonian’ foreign affairs.
Climate Mitigation: Military Innovation and Spillovers
Matthew Rae discusses the importance of including the military when discussing climate change mitigation.
Operation Impact No More
Matthew is examining the pros and cons of the Canadian Government’s decision to take a less active role in Operation Impact.
US Foreign Policy: Time for an Update
Matthew examines US foreign policy and its inability to adapt to twenty-first century problems.
Is It Time for Canada to Have Mandatory Military Service?
Matthew is discussing the implications that mandatory military service could have on Canada.
The F-35 and Elections
Matthew Rae discusses the importance of the F-35 as an election issue, and more.