Today, more than 35 000 Syrian refugees have arrived in Canada to be permanently resettled. We interviewed Tim Jones, CEO of ArtScape, about raising awareness and support for Canada’s Syrian refugees, and using creativity to inspire social and political change.
How did the Syrian ceasefire change relations between US and Russia? Sha Lalapet analyses the week-long Syrian ceasefire and the international implications that unfolded as a result.
What does the current ceasefire in Syria mean? Who gains what? Sha Lalapet examines the effects of the deal on regional stability and international relations.
In part I of the series, Juliette Bronchtein explores the numerous and overlapping challenges Turkey poses to NATO and to the organization’s European allies.
In her second article on the Syrian crisis, Kelsey Berg explores the role of the Canadian Armed Forces in the resettlement of the Syrian refugees brought into Canada.
Next Tuesday Major Lena Angell will talk about keeping the public informed about Canada’s largest humanitarian mission.
Marta Canneri discusses the arguments for renewed Canadian leadership in the solutions to the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Kristyn discusses the American training of Syrian soldiers and the challenges that lay ahead.
Marta Canneri explains some of the biggest issues of contention within the realm of Canadian refugee policy regarding Syria.
Aishwarya Sahai and Michael Oshell discuss the international security threat that follows water scarcity.