In this article Griffin Cornwall examines the impact of the Belarusian Government’s dramatic arrests of Roman Protasevich and Sofia Sapega, the increased sanctions pressure from the West this action has brought, and the potential risks to Belarus’ national sovereignty brought by President Lukashenko’s retrenchment of his relationship to his longstanding ally, Russian President Vladimir Putin
Aidan Simardone argues Western states should demand Russia respect federalism.
What does the rest of the NATO alliance think of Ukraine’s membership bid? Sonia Liang discusses.
In the final part of her three part series on Frozen Conflicts Sonia Liang discusses Transnistria, a country with no legitimate claim to statehood. She looks at the issues surrounding its claim and the history that led to Transnistria’s status as a country that does not exist.
An interview with Director-General Catherine Y. M. Hsu of Taipei’s Economic and Cultural Office in Toronto
China recently turned down a port call request by U.S. aircraft carrier Stennis in Hong Kong, indicating an ever chillier relationship between the two countries. Kristyn Byrne explores this relationship by looking at disputes over the South China Sea.
As the first entry in our series of Trans Pacific Partnership-focused articles, Christopher Scarvelis examines an often misconstrued mechanism of international trade.
Ian is discussing the Tallinn Manual 2.0, and what needs to be addressed for Canada and NATO’s future in cyberspace.
In Part III of III, Kelsey Berg addresses drone development in the context of Canada’s current defence priorities.
Kristyn Byrnes discusses how escalating violence in Ukraine is likely to extend Western sanctions against Russia while Putin looks to China for survival.