In anticipation of President Biden’s Summit for Democracy, Morgane Holley explores how current foreign policy narratives may serve as an indication for how the summit will likely address key democratic challenges.
Since the signing of the GATT, nations have sought to justify their trade distorting agricultural subsidy schemes on the basis of several rationales. In this article, Dan Poliwoda debunks one of those rationales: the myth that agricultural subsidies protect traditional rural lifestyles and the environment. Later, he discusses how anticipated reforms to the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy more closely align with this stated objective.
In this article, Dan Poliwoda examines the escalating US-China Trade War, and the growing geo-political threat China poses to the US and its democratic allies. Instead of deescalation, Dan argues the US must redefine its rationale for pursuing the conflict in order to apply broader economic pressure on China through a G-7 led, democratic coalition.
American threats and implementations of tariffs have alienated the superpower further from its allies. It is in this environment that the world carefully observed the G7 Conference in Charlevoix, Quebec and witnessed the elevation of tensions between other Western leaders and the United States. NAOC Program Editors for the Canadian Armed Forces, Cyber Security and Read More…
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, NATO has become a valuable partner in upholding the rules-based international order.
This podcast is Part 1 in a series of discussions with researchers in International Business and Economics on changes in the global economy driven by political, social and technological trends. The researchers share what they think are the most important things to look at in the coming years.
With Canada’s New International Assistance Policy and Budget 2017 around the corner, the Trudeau government is expected to offer a new focus for foreign aid, if not much more funding.
Demyan Plakhov analyzes Justin Trudeau’s visit in Japan.
Sophie Barnett discusses G7 leaders’ performance on gender equality at the recent Ise-Shima Summit in Japan
Though his presidential term is coming to a close, Obama is showing little signs of slowing down. Catherine Gao examines the potential for Obama’s seven-day Asia tour to shape his successor’s foreign policy in the region.