Canada’s food crisis has been ongoing, with around 5.8 million Canadians experiencing some extent of food insecurity in 2021 alone. However, with the potential re-emergence of mad cow disease, this food insecurity could take another drastic turn. It was thought that we had seen the last of mad cow disease after the epidemic in the Read More…
Is the ‘2 percent’ rule an effective way to measure a member State’s commitment to NATO? Eric Jackson explores how political manipulation in current defence spending misrepresents a nation’s military readiness and suggests a broader definition for security expenditures.
HIV/AIDS remains a lingering threat to future humanitarian crises and large scale conflicts.
2013 was referred to by Chinese citizens as the year of the “airpocalypse”, with approximately 62% of Chinese cities suffering from high air pollution levels. Chinese environmentalists issued their first “red alert” in 24 cities early January 2017 following dangerously polluted breathing conditions in Beijing. Air quality testers in China, which typically reflect “orange” or Read More…
Benson Cheung revisits his series on the DIY international relations degree with a list of new courses and new thematic concentrations on climate change and global health.
Amidst the rising trend of violence against medical personnel in combat zones, Neil Siviter analyzes the impacts, and what can be done to keep vital aid workers safe on the battlefield.
Deika Mohamed analyzes the long term effects climate change will have on global health.
In Part II of a two-part series, Kelsey Berg addresses the Canada’s military health services that are available for soldiers following their return home from a deployment.
In Part I of a two-part series, Kelsey Berg addresses the health and well-being of Canadian soldiers following their return home from deployment.
A major announcement by the Minister of International Development on Canada’s national efforts in global health and development.