Mary Peplinski discusses the fragile peace agreement between the United States and the Taliban, and examines how an early withdrawal of American troops could worsen violence and compromise advances in women’s rights in Afghanistan.
Digital security has become an issue of extreme importance for the international community. Unleashing untapped potential with increasingly efficient, accessible, and customizable technological means has opened up a multitude of opportunities for both societal and human development. In turn, simultaneously being established are the heightened odds of privacy invasion, data collection, and faster data transmissions Read More…
What is the future of Canadian Democracy Promotion? In her article Charlotte Le Vay explores how democracy promotion has changed between governments in the last three decades.
Kelly Rahardja examines women’s rights in Russia in her latest infographic.
Kelly Rahardja examines Putin’s crackdown on foreign-funded NGOs and what it reveals about Russia’s foreign policy.
Think the Much Music Video Awards (MMVAs) in Toronto and forced migration have nothing in common? Think again. Victoria explains.
The world faces a refugee crisis as the number of forcibly displaced persons tops 50 million for the first time since WWII, Kristyn Byrne investigates
Crisis in the Mediterranean. Whose problem is it? Our Editors debate in this week’s Water Cooler. Also featuring an Atlantic Treaty Association official!
UN Peacekeepers have once again been accused of sexual assault while deployed. Unfortunately, as women, we know our value in a male-dominated world, even at our most vulnerable.
Victoria looks at the ramifications from Bill C-24 and the recent changes to the Citizenship Act in Canada. Is a guarantee of “loyalty” important for citizenship?