Julia Baldesarra discusses the impact of climate change on indigenous Arctic peoples’ well-being and way of life.
The NATO Association of Canada’s Society, Culture, and Security program takes a look at the issues that impact Canadians’ every day lives while connecting them to international relations. The program covers a wide range of topics, which include: pop culture, art, film, global events, and socio-political relations. In addition, Society, Culture, and IR aims to examine and provide in-depth analyses that relate international affairs to the interests of Canadian society.
Is Laureen Harper obliged to maintain a public image?
Julia Baldesarra discusses the various environmental, indigenous, and economic concerns over the Canada’s potential expansion into the global oil market.
As young voters identify less and less with the PQ’s sovereignty objective, what will this mean for the future of Quebec nationalism?
Julia Baldesarra analyzes how immigrants’ necessity to pledge allegiance to the Crown relates to the Canada’s national and international identity.
Zach Lewsen reviews the film “No,” which takes a look at the final years of Chile’s military dictatorship.
Rebecca McFadgen argues that today’s country music is becoming less and less politically charged.
Building on last week’s article “The Tatar Question”, Rebecca McFadgen identifies connections between the Crimean Tatars and the indigenous peoples of Quebec.
Julia Baldesarra analyzes the social implications of Canada’s immigration policies and the role that the local level of government plays in fostering integration.
There was no new Armenian genocide in Kessab, but the dislocation of an entire community raises concern about the nature of the Syrian opposition.