Eimi Harris provides an overview of the Microsoft v. USA case and discusses both the domestic and international implications of its ruling on tech firms, privacy, and data transfers.
Who’s Watching? The Current State of Intelligence Oversight in Canada (Part 1)
In the first of a two-part series, Grace Lee reviews the major criticisms of Canadian security intelligence oversight leading up to the 2015 federal election.
World Refugee Crisis: What Responsibility Does the West Hold?
The world faces a refugee crisis as the number of forcibly displaced persons tops 50 million for the first time since WWII, Kristyn Byrne investigates
The Threat From Within: Dadaab Refugee Camp
Victoria investigates the rhetoric surrounding the threatened closure of Dadaab Refugee Camp in Kenya, alongside an interview with LWF Livelihood Officer, Hilda, who currently works in Kakuma, Kenya.
Sanctions: Turning Russia Eastward
Kristyn Byrnes discusses how escalating violence in Ukraine is likely to extend Western sanctions against Russia while Putin looks to China for survival.
The Man That Snitched
In our most recent Water Cooler debate, the Editors sound off on Edward Snowden, and it gets personal. Hero, Traitor or Neither?
Hotel Canada: You Can’t Check-Out Anytime You Like, But You Can Definitely Leave
Victoria looks at the ramifications from Bill C-24 and the recent changes to the Citizenship Act in Canada. Is a guarantee of “loyalty” important for citizenship?
Cutting Through the Rhetoric of Bill C-51: A Legal Perspective
Samara Zaifman cuts through the rhetoric put forward by both the government and protestors and explores the legal implications of Bill C-51.