The greatest challenge for Biden in the Pacific may be proving that U.S participation in multilateral-free trade agreements is a necessity and not a luxury. Emilio Angeles writes.
Dragon Slayer: The Partial Foreign Policy of Erin O’Toole’s Conservative Party
Upon Erin O’Toole’s election to lead Canada’s Conservatives, Arjun Singh examines the party’s foreign policy platform.
The Future of Security in the Asia-Pacific Part 1: Does Canada Require a New Strategy in Asia?
A three-part article analyses Canada’s diplomatic, economic and military policies to address the challenges and opportunities for the Asia-Pacific region.
Budget 2017: The Good and the Bad in Healthcare for Indigenous Communities and Health Researchers
Canada is globally praised for its universal, inclusive healthcare. Yet the federal budget for 2017 continues to grapple with health issues plaguing Canadian stakeholders, and some needs are addressed better than others.
Asylum Seekers or Migrants?
Joann Correa discusses the U.S.-Australian resettlement deal and the conflation of asylum seekers and migrants in the agreement.
Tensions with China are Securing Shinzo Abe’s Domestic and Regional Ambitions for Japan
In this article, John Pollock discusses the strategic moves that Japan is making under Shinzo Abe as tensions with China increase.
Interview with William S. Clarke
Lira Loloci interviews William S. Clarke, Managing Director at Winwick Business Solutions, a company that provides business advice to address global environmental challenges. Mr. Clarke discusses the most economically feasible technologies to address climate change.
Are Bitcoins for the Mainstream, and Are Governments Ready for Them
Bitcoin and other so-called Crypto-currency have been a hot topic in the world of currency for many years but have stayed in a legal grey zone. Carter Vance examines how a decision by Australian authorities can be forging a new path to legitimize the currency.
The True North and Southern Katipo
While NATO’s Trident Juncture grabs the headlines, Paul Pryce discusses Canadian engagement in the multilateral exercise Southern Katipo.
70 Years On: Japan’s Role in WWII Continues to Haunt Ties with Beijing
John Pollock uncovers some of China’s old wounds that remain from Japan’s role from WWII.