In this article, the first in a two-part series, William Lloyd delves into remittances, and why they need to be a topic of discussion in the upcoming Democratic Primary.
In part one of this two part series, Erin Loney interviews Japan’s Ambassador to Canada, H.E. Kenjiro Monji about his personal experiences as a diplomat, and Japanese-Canadian relations.
The Editors weigh in on the controversial motion M-103, and share their views on free speech, hate speech, censorship and tact.
Aidan Simardone explores the ongoing political crisis in Macedonia, its ramifications, and how countries in the Euro-Atlantic should respond.
Juthika Hasan discusses the recent impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-Hye and its implications for political tensions in Asia.
Every year, the Super Bowl captures millions of viewers with its ads. However, this year, ads strayed from their common formulas and got political.
Electoral reform was a central promise of the Liberal platform in the 2015 federal election, but Prime Minister Trudeau recently announced that it is now off the table. The NATO Association Program Editors give their take on whether or not electoral reform is a priority for Canadians, and which system would be a better option than FPTP.
Temperament plays an increasingly relevant role in the success or failure of a political office. Adena Eliasoph explores the media’s role in responsibly informing the public and the impact that ‘identity politics’ can have on global economies, civil society, and multilateralism.
In Part One of this two-part series, Erin Loney researches the importance of vaccinations and the origins of the anti-vaccine movement as it pertains to Donald Trump’s potential commission on vaccines and scientific integrity. Return at 4:00 this afternoon for Part Two, which will analyze Trump’s stance on vaccines and the impact it could have on public health.
In this article, Juthika Hasan investigates the impact that the terror attack in Berlin, Germany has had on Angela Merkel’s campaign and public support for the opposition.