In her newest article, Rachael McCulloch takes a look at Chinese activities in the Arctic.
On July 1st, 2020, amendments to the Russian constitution were approved following a nationwide referendum. In this article, Demyan Plakhov discusses the implications of this constitutional reform.
Postal voting has become an increasingly polarized issue in the United-States as the presidential election approaches. In this special report, Chloe Ketels addresses voting by mail as a possible alternative to casting votes in person.
By: Roger Hilton Defence and Security Fellow As most of Canada fawns over the NHL playoffs and life in much of western Europe and at home returns to the “new” normal, it is necessary for policy planners to maintain their vigilance when it comes to the international security landscape. Thankfully, the arrival of GLOBSEC’s three-day […]
What is climate security? In this article, Ethan Schwartz highlights the need for climate change to be considered in the same discussion as physical security.
Over the last few weeks, social media platforms hardened their content policies regarding misinformation and hate speech. In this article, Chloé Ketels analyzes the implications of this trend.
Black Lives Matter protests have captured the news media’s attention lately. Governments have also been observing these mass movements using sophisticated surveillance technology usually reserved for military applications. Chloé Ketels unpacks some of the ethical implications of governments’ utilization of this technology for domestic security purposes.