Samer Khurshid examines whether the rules based international order can clean up KASHMIR, by providing a glimpse into its troubled past, a possible means to resolve the longest crisis of the UN, and encouraging an end to the violence in Kashmir.
Does NATO’s legal framework need updating? Analyst and program editor Taylor Allen seeks to address this fundamental question amidst criticisms of the organizations relevance and effectiveness.
In this article, Sivan Ghasem examines the latest two NATO exercises that Canada has contributed to.
What is Canada’s role in international peacekeeping? Sabrina Natale discusses the 2016 United Nations Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial in London.
Juliette Bronchtein explores the changing nature of the lone wolf terrorism phenomenon and its impact on security threats.
This week we discuss the BRICs and their role in the world economy.
In his article, John Pollock analyzes the shift in Japanese foreign policy after Shinzo Abe took office in 2012.
Sandra Song discusses the two-sided challenge of the Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS) and its implications for the future of warfare, as an introduction to Canada’s Defence Perspectives 2020-2050: Recapitalization and the Canadian Forces
This episode of Coffee Talk we discuss normalization of Cuban-American relations.
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…