The extinguishing of the 2013-2016 Ebola disease epidemic was considered by the international community to be a full and complete success. Yet, it is 2019 and the ever-pertinent threat of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continues to hang over the African region. Only this time, the region is not only under attack Read More…
Tensions are rising throughout Sudan. Protestors are calling for a civilian government and an end to the long military rule that has characterized Sudanese politics. The protests began in December of 2018, where protesters disputed the rising bread prices and chanted “No to hunger.” Omar al-Bashir, the former President of Sudan, took power through a military coup against Read More…
Listen as Michele Di Leo interviews Magdalena Surma about her success at the NAOC along with her plans for the future as she travels the world!
Juthika Hasan reports on Islamic fundamentalism in Bangladesh and the Bangladeshi and international response following the Holey Artisan Bakery Attack in Dhaka.
How should Canada approach its relationship with China? Michele Di Leo speaks with Canada’s former Ambassador to China, David Mulroney.
Through the Program Spotlight Series, Jeyolyn Christi gives us a brief overview of various prestigious universities and colleges to study International Relations. This week: Bachelor of Global and International Studies at Carleton University
Ian is discussing the major subjects of the upcoming NATO Parliamentary Assembly in a short series.
In the midst of regional turmoil Saudi Arabia explores a new relationship with an unlikely ally, Russia; Hasan Siddiqui explains
Victoria talks with Sindy Zemura-Woodward, who works with the Southern Africa Embrace Foundation, about the intersection between international development, security and women’s rights.
Think the Much Music Video Awards (MMVAs) in Toronto and forced migration have nothing in common? Think again. Victoria explains.