The latest appearance of right-wing extremism in Western militaries threatens norms governing the civil-military relationship in France. Elliott Simpson explores the severity of these events and the dangers of inaction.
The Syrian Civil War is drawing to a close, and at long last. Since its inception in March of 2011, the conflict has provoked utter calamity on a scale not otherwise seen since World War Two. Originating from an unassuming incident, the war has spiraled out of control, with the resulting carnage leaving upwards of Read More…
Ryan Atkinson discusses Canada’s efforts to address looming humanitarian crises around the world.
With the first famine in six years being declared in South Sudan, Jacqueline Hicks examines its causes as well as the greater global food security crisis.
With over five years of bloodshed on all fronts of the Syrian civil war, and with no reasonable solution in sight, Jayson Derow analyzes whether the separation of ethnic groups through de facto partition is a feasible strategy to manage ethnic conflict, or is such an approach actually a conflict waiting to happen?
Civilians in Yemen are suffering from a severe humanitarian crisis but have drawn little public attention. Farah Bogani addresses the complicity of Western powers in fuelling the conflict in Yemen.
The arms business is making a killing in the Middle East as countries all over the world are scrambling to get in on the action. Canada is no exception.
Russian vetoes have been detrimental to progress on the Syrian conflict, with no end in sight.
Charlotte Le Vay breaks down the major events of the civil war in Yemen.
Idil Alcinkaya discusses the human rights violations and violence that the Kurdish people face in their war-ravaged homes in Turkey amidst clashes between Kurdish militia and Turkish.