To read more about Canada’s correctional system and wrongful conviction, check out Katherine E. Todd’s article: Milgaard, the Hip, and Wrongful Conviction
Milgaard’s case highlighted the need for justice reform in Canada and abroad; his death serves to remind us that this type of reform still hasn’t happened.
The interim government of Brazil, led by former Vice-president Michel Temer, is sparking unrest by proposing unpopular reforms. Carter Vance explains why the government is overstepping its mandate and how the unrest could affect the world 7th largest economy.
Jonas critically analyzes the politics of murder in the USA
Seema Kawar further explores the different aspects of violence against indigenous women in Canada as well as the responses of the local community and the Canadian Government.
Aishwarya and Ian continue their joint series examining the history of NATO. This week, they focus on NATO and Canada’s role in the Kosovo War.
Evan Blackwell discusses how prisons often provide fertile ground for cultivating terrorist recruits and what can be done to check this trend.
Ian is discussing the Tallinn Manual 2.0, and what needs to be addressed for Canada and NATO’s future in cyberspace.
Matt Korda investigates how a decade-old murder plays a central role in explaining and perpetuating the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Malcolm McEachern discusses South Africa’s failure to arrest Omar al-Bashir after he attended an African Union meeting in South Africa, and what this means for the ICC.