Our team responds to Defence Minister Hajjan’s question regarding contemporary challenges to Canadian security.
What Will It Take To End Syria’s Civil War?
With apparently no end in sight for Syria’s civil war, our program editors consider how-or whether- its combatants can be brought to the negotiating table.
Will Canada’s Revamped Role Prove Effective In Countering ISIS?
Our Program Editors and Research Analysts debate the merits of the Trudeau government’s new approach to the anti-ISIS mission.
Anti–Refugee Policies in Scandinavia and the Great Effect on the Global Refugee Crisis
Our Program Editors and Research Analysts debate the greater effects of the recent change in refugee policy by Scandinavian states.
Has Iran Reached A Turning Point In Its Relations With The World?
Our program editors debate whether Iran’s adherence to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action signifies a new era in its foreign policy.
What Was The International News Story of 2015?
In a year packed with events, trends, and personalities that shaped the world, our program editors weigh in with which one was most impactful.
Is NATO Membership For Montenegro A Good Idea?
Our program editors debate whether it was wise for NATO to recently invite Montenegro to join the alliance.
Will the Paris Talks on Climate Change Produce a Deal?
As world leaders take another stab at addressing climate change, our program editors debate whether the Paris talks will succeed.
Can The West Work With Russia In Fighting ISIS?
Our program editors debate whether the West and Russia can overcome their policy differences for the sake of confronting ISIS.
The Tides Have Turned: The Decline in Mexican Immigration to the US
Discussing changes in Mexican immigration in the United States.