William Zhang on the state of Iraq 10 years after the advent of the Iraqi War.
Laying BRICS: Emerging Economies Establishing A Challenge To The Global Financial Status Quo
William Zhang on the BRICS alliance and the growing economic influence of the Global South.
A Marriage of Convenience: Pakistan’s Turbulent Modern Relationship with the West
William Zhang on the proposed natural gas pipeline between Pakistan and Iran, and its implications for Pakistan’s relations with the west.
Analyzing the Merits of NATO’s “Smart Defence” Initiative with Professor Stephen Saideman
Stephen M. Saideman, a professor of International Affairs at Carleton University, visited the University of Toronto on March 5th to give a talk at the Munk Centre of Global Affairs regarding the future of military spending for Canada and other NATO member nations. The lecture was derived from a 2011 study conducted by Saideman and Read More…
A New Asian Power: Welcoming Burma Back to the International Fold
William Zhang on Burma’s progress towards democratic reform and its reemergence on the international scene.
Japan’s Deflating Yen: Prelude to a Global Currency War?
The government of Japan recently declared that it would be implementing drastic changes to its monetary policy, raising fears in the international community that artificial devaluation of the Japanese Yen will instigate a global currency war.
Analyzing CETA: The Next Stage of Canada-EU Economic Cooperation
William Zhang on the evolving trade relations between Canada and the EU.