Is Sweden as bad as it has been portrayed in the media?
Canada has experienced a growing number of asylum seekers from the United States in recent weeks. Is this the beginning of Canada’s own refugee crisis?
In the past year, Europe has experienced a surge of support for right-wing populist parties. Mary Zelenova highlights the common themes in the platforms of these parties.
Low interest rates, a low Canadian dollar, and lots of foreign investment have created a housing bubble which may be about to burst, and Canadians looking to buy a home will pay the price.
Miscommunication between the White House and the public has been rampant. The travel ban has only further exacerbated the battle between the White House and press, problematizing the lack of civility and eloquence in today’s political culture.
EU members met with Libya to discuss plans to stem the flow of migration from Africa to Europe. Farah Bogani explores the potential impacts of the new migration policy and whether it risks increasing instability in Libya.
Michael Lumbers, Fadi Dawood, and Evon Sworesho discuss ISIS, and role Iraq’s government will have to play in bringing the fragmented society together following the liberation of Mosul.
Increased border controls have suffered from a lack of enforcement in recent years causing a widening security gap that has allowed thousands of foreigners to over stay their visas.
Why is it that some nations have so much wealth and some are poor? Do current economic formations have roots in historical processes? Lira Loloci gives us a postcolonial examination of the immigration regimes.
The election of Poland’s Law and Justice Party has brought attention to Poland’s increasingly divergent attitudes towards the EU and NATO. Michael Kang looks at possible implications this might have on the future of Poland’s defence.