Government violation of human rights is rampant in the Middle East, but criticism is intermittent. Juliette Bronchtein analyzes what Amnesty International’s latest report on Egypt’s repression tactics, and ongoing human rights abuse by Turkey mean in the context of a potential revival of peace negotiations in Israel-Palestine.
Listen as Magdalena Surma interviews the Program Editor of Women in Security, Marissa Young. She discusses her experience being apart of a field study that examined the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Will the thawing tensions between Israel and Turkey produce strong diplomatic ties? Sophie Barnett discusses how the recent agreement between the two states could transform Israel’s role within NATO.
Catherine Gao examines the Chinese government’s use of “defensive diplomacy” when facing international criticism of its human rights record. She argues competing notions of human rights between China and the West are at play.
Canada’s maritime forces are increasingly visible in the Caribbean and Central America. Paul Pryce discusses the opportunities this presents.
Listen as Magdalena Surma provides an overview of the, “Strengthening NATO-the Warsaw Summit and Beyond” conference. In addition, she also discusses her upcoming conference scheduled to take place in Montenegro.
Listen as Magdalena Surma interviews Dr. Wilner. He is an Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University.
Listen as Magdalena Surma discusses her experience working as the Program Editor of Global Horizons at the NATO Association of Canada.
Listen as Amen Ben Ahmouda provides advice to those interested in pursuing a career in international relations, global affairs, and diplomacy.
Listen as Member of the Provincial Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex London, Mr. Jeff Yurek provides advice to those interested in pursuing politics and diplomacy.