Artificial intelligence is a rapidly advancing technology that influences much of daily life in economically advanced countries. It has the ability to benefit a wide range of industries, from internet-based businesses to weapons manufacturers; however, applications of AI is not without risks.
Warming climates, emerging natural resources, and intensifying geopolitical threats have made the Arctic an area of great political tension, but Canada does not yet have a strategy to deal with these challenges. Can the country afford to lag behind other Arctic and “Near-Arctic” states in planning for the future of its security?
Amidst growing tensions between Britain and the E.U, Arjun Singh evaluates the most-recent ‘Brexit’ Bill and its implications for NATO unity.
Janakan Muthukumar discusses the standing of ISIS under international law by examining the ISIS’s locus of political authority.
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.
Junior research fellow Sivan Ghasem analyzes NATO’s Building Integrity (BI) and the promotion of good governance and principles of integrity, transparency and accountability in the defence and security sector.
Is NATO doing enough? In this comprehensive piece, analyst and program editor Taylor Allen critically analyzes bilateral relations between NATO and Russia amidst growing tensions over the past decade.
In this special extended report, Taylor Allen analyzes current space legislation and treaties and their effectiveness against the goals and technological advancements of both state actors and the private sector.
Junior Research Fellow Sivan Ghasem outlines the major international organizations Canada is currently involved with
Uranium, Nukes and the North – how do they fit? In this article, program editor and analyst Taylor Allen looks at Canada’s responsibilities in the realm of uranium exports in an increasingly complicated world.