Upon Erin O’Toole’s election to lead Canada’s Conservatives, Arjun Singh examines the party’s foreign policy platform.
In the final part of a two-part series, research analyst Mark Jarrat and program editor Alexis Amini discuss the shape a realist Canadian foreign policy would take.
Twenty years after the Ottawa Process, Ida Mannisto explores the precedent that the treaty established for international accords banning weapons.
Stéphane Dion is promising to take Canadian foreign policy in a new direction – one that’s both “moral” and “responsible.” Matt Korda argues, however, it’s all but apathetic toward human rights.
Rejeanne Lacroix examines how NATO is perceived in the international community and how greater payments and commitments must be made toward the Alliance. Lacroix specifically examins the 2% GDP spending and its implications.
An update on the Paris attacks and its implication on global security.
Marta Canneri discusses the arguments for renewed Canadian leadership in the solutions to the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Dr. Arne Kislenko provides advice to students interested in pursuing a career in international relations and affairs. In addition, Dr. Kislenko also examines the relationship between Canada and the United States of America.
In the final part of this three-part series, Marta Canneri discusses the main party stances on Canada’s role in the Middle East.
Aishwarya Sahai and Ian Goertz begin their analysis of Canada-NATO relations in their first part of the series “A Short History of Nearly Everything NATO.”