In this special report, NAOC Senior Editor, Justin Dell, provides a dispassionate analysis of Donald Trump’s legacy for NATO by setting it against the backdrop of the wider historical context of American domestic politics. He explores its implications for Joe Biden’s relationship with the alliance.
On November 7, Joe Biden won the United States presidential election, a victory confirmed by the Electoral College vote on December 15. However, Trump continues to question the results of the election.
On Tuesday, September 19th, 2020, The NATO Association of Canada is hosting a moderated discussion about the impact of the 2020 presidential election on American foreign policy and NATO.
The 2020 Democratic nomination is shaping up to be one of the most consequential on record. With 20 candidates in the running, the speculation is suffocating. But for all the animosity, divisiveness, and bickering soon to come, a common cause remains: ensuring Donald Trump becomes just the fourth one-term President since World War II. This […]