Kathryn Verdoni sheds light on Canada’s controversial arms sale to Saudi Arabia with a detailed analysis of the benefits and drawbacks.
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.
In Part I of this two part series, Program Editors Kelsie Chasse and Ashley McIntyre discussed the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) and Canada’s past reluctance to sign. In this section, Libya, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia are examined as case studies, and the possible application of the ATT in past and future arms deals is discussed.
Norwegian-Russian co-operation is affecting Canada’s policy decisions on the Arctic and Russian aggression in the far north.
Stéphane Dion is promising to take Canadian foreign policy in a new direction – one that’s both “moral” and “responsible.” Matt Korda argues, however, it’s all but apathetic toward human rights.
Demyan Plakhov analyzes Justin Trudeau’s visit in Japan.
The NATO Association’s program editors and research analysts debate whether Canada should continue selling military equipment to Saudi Arabia.
Matthew Rae discusses the role of the ‘Honest Broker’ in International Relations, and the Canadian government’s approach to returning to ‘Pearsonian’ foreign affairs.