Seema Kawar explores the importance of pushing to select a woman as the next Secretary General of the United Nations.
To understand the resistance to feminism in Eastern Europe, it is important to examine the evolution of the international women’s movement agenda against the backdrop of Cold War tensions.
Ian is discussing the positive impacts that Artificial Intelligence and Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems could play in the future of security and combat.
John Pollock uncovers some of China’s old wounds that remain from Japan’s role from WWII.
Melanne Verveer, who served as U.S. Ambassador for Global Women’s Issues, remarked that clashes had occurred in 31 of the world’s 39 active conflicts after peace settlements. None of the 31 cases had women involved in the peace process.
Kelsey Berg uncovers the misconceptions of Ethiopia, and whether the state should devote all of its resources to food security over its technological or political affairs.
Vanessa Hayford examines how the UN’s funding crisis impacts global governance.
NATO is preparing to launch an historic training exercise, Trident Juncture 2015. Paul Pryce discusses Canada’s role and debunks some of the myths surrounding this training opportunity.
Kelsey Berg explores whether Japan’s longstanding state of pacifism is moving towards military involvement, or if it is a miscommunication.
Benjamin Dooley interview’s James W. Rawley, Outgoing Deputy United Nations Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process.