From economic uncertainty to social upheaval, the Canadian mining industry faces a winding series of hurdles. Whether and how companies deal with these complications is telling of the state of the industry.
Konstantinos Efthymious sheds light on the unfortunate situation taking place within Greek refugee camps.
With a booming human trafficking industry bolstering criminal and terrorist enterprises in the Mediterranean, Neil Siviter analyzes how NATO can act to counter the rapid spread of human trafficking.
Palestine has indicated that it wants to take legal action against Britain for the 1917 Balfour Declaration that lead to the creation of Israel. As historical reparations cases become more common, what does this mean for our understanding of international justice?
Part II of Vedran Kuljanin’s series of “What the West Doesn’t Understand About the Balkans” looks at Alexander the Great and the lasting impact Macedonian identity has had on Greece and on the Republic of Macedonia.
New austerity measures accepted by the Greek Government may not be enough to fix the state of the European Union. Marko Gombac examines how the situation in Greece may be a financial quagmire and how it has fragmented the EU
In the first of a three part series, Vedran Kuljanin addresses what the West doesn’t understand about the Balkans. Parts two and three discuss Alexander the Great’s lasting legacy on Macedonia and why Kosovo matters to both Serbians and Albanians.
Kat Tam discusses the migrant crisis affecting the EU and Canada’s approach to dealing with the issue.
In the conclusion to this multi-part series taking a look at the economies of Europe, Michael Oshell examines the economic health and outlook of the Greek economy.
John Pollock discusses in detail the summer collapse of China’s Shanghai Stock Index and the implications for China’s transition from a command to a market economy.