NATO in Libya? In this article, Sivan Ghasem provides an update on the current political and security landscape of Libya and highlights potential avenues of cooperation with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Peace & Conflict Studies
NATO’s Challenges in 2016
Matthew Rae explores main concerns for NATO in the new year.
How One Event Will Shape a Prime Minister’s Foreign Policy Agenda
Matthew Rae tackles how recent events can define Trudeau’s policy agenda and how this could make or break his term.
Canada- A New Honest Broker
Matthew Rae discusses the role of the ‘Honest Broker’ in International Relations, and the Canadian government’s approach to returning to ‘Pearsonian’ foreign affairs.
The “New Cold War”: Pt. 1
Russia recently produced an image of a secret nuclear warhead capable of devastating the United States with a 500ft tsunami able to destroy every living thing within 1000 miles. It was of course just “a leak”. If history has anything to say, however, it is very likely that this was a premeditated strategic military move. Read More…
PARIS: The Night the World Didn’t Sleep
An update on the Paris attacks and its implication on global security.
Operation Impact No More
Matthew is examining the pros and cons of the Canadian Government’s decision to take a less active role in Operation Impact.
The Tragedy of Post-Gaddafi Libya
After the overthrow of Gaddafi, Libya was seen as an example of the best of the Arab Spring. Sandy Vingoe looks at the deterioration of this promising outcome.
Cyberspace and the Future of Security
As the global security landscape is going beyond physical space, Ian Goertz examines how cyberspace is becoming a new domain for security threats and cyber crimes.
US Foreign Policy: Time for an Update
Matthew examines US foreign policy and its inability to adapt to twenty-first century problems.