Junior Research Fellow Sivan Ghasem outlines the major international organizations Canada is currently involved with
Fadi Dawood and Michael Lumbers discuss Obama’s presidency on the day Trump is inaugurated.
With Iran’s increased cooperation with the United States, the reasons for the break in diplomatic relations between Iran and Canada have eroded. Carter Vance explains the value of resuming the diplomatic course
As rumours swirl of preparations for a fifth North Korean nuclear test, our program editors consider how the international community should respond the next time.
Aishwarya Sahai discusses how water scarcity affects economic productivity and international security.
Julia Peng explores the digital threat of nuclear security, and how policy needs to adapt to the rapidly evolving discipline.
This week we discuss the BRICs and their role in the world economy.
Is the Nuclear Security Summit a mere talking shop or a worthy initiative that’s making a difference? Our program editors weigh in.
NATO finds itself in a political tinder box. In late November, for the first time in fifty years, an Allied country shot down a Russian fighter jet, setting off a spate of accusations and sanctions between Turkey and Russia. Russia’s President Putin was quick to implement retaliatory economic sanctions and to publically accuse Turkey of Read More…
Eric looks at Canada’s commitments to climate change at the Paris Conference