Despite the longstanding nature of GBA+, there remains no concrete method that can be used to evaluate its implementation into job sectors across Canada, though despite this lack of enforcement, the concept of GBA+ has indeed seen significant improvements in certain workplaces, such as the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS).
NATO’s Star Wars Policy: New Strategies for International Security in Outer Space
The question of the weaponization of space is inevitable, though deterrence and eventual disarmament should be explored further.
The Language Behind the United States’ Travel Ban
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.
Breathing Easy: China’s anti-pollution policy
2013 was referred to by Chinese citizens as the year of the “airpocalypse”, with approximately 62% of Chinese cities suffering from high air pollution levels. Chinese environmentalists issued their first “red alert” in 24 cities early January 2017 following dangerously polluted breathing conditions in Beijing. Air quality testers in China, which typically reflect “orange” or Read More…
Renewing the Canadian Defence Policy
Demyan Plakhov analyzes Minister Harjit Sajjan’s meeting on renewing the Canadian Defence Policy.
Optimism from Political Instability in Abkhazia
Rejeanne Lacroix examines the optimism from Political Instability in Abkhazia.
Saudi Arabia Looks North
In the midst of regional turmoil Saudi Arabia explores a new relationship with an unlikely ally, Russia; Hasan Siddiqui explains
Open Borders, Part II: Brain Drain
In Part Two, Christopher Scarvelis offers an opposing viewpoint on the prospect of opening country borders.
Open Borders, Part I: Can Removing Immigration Policies Double World GDP?
In Part One of his two-part series, Christopher Scarvelis discusses a perspective in favor of opening country borders.
The Long Tradition of ‘Swedish Neutrality’ May Change
Elliot Cho presents an overview of Sweden’s challenge in confronting Russian aggression and how the challenges may prompt Sweden to revise its ‘neutral state’ status