Discover why Canada’s international credibility has been endangered by a disappointing performance at the Vancouver Peace Conference.
An Assessment: The Defence Policy and NATO
An assessment of the 2017 Defence Policy Review’s implication for Canada’s NATO.
5 Things to Watch for at the 2017 NATO Meeting
NATO leaders will meet this week in Brussels. As the NATO heads of state gather at the newly built NATO headquarters this Thursday, there are many important security issues and new political developments for the leaders to discuss. Here are five things to watch at the upcoming meeting.
Trump’s Immigration Ban and the Implications on Canadians
Eric Sabiti discusses Trump’s immigration ban and the implications this may have on Canada.
The Ratification of CETA: A Discussion
Juthika Hasan explores the recently ratified CETA, what it contains, and what that might mean for Canadians.
The Unlikely Friendship: A Look Back on the Trudeau-Castro Alliance during the Cold War
How have Canada-Cuban relations evolved since Castro took power? Juthika Hasan extensively details this, along with the controversial Trudeau-Casto friendship.
Let’s talk about Bill C-24
What are the controversies surrounding Canadian citizenship revocation? Sonia Liang discusses.
Canada’s Defence Industrialization: Offsets and the F-35
Canada faces two program options in replacing its 79 operational CF-18 Hornets: replacing them entirely with 65 new F-35s at $17 billion to $45.8 billion or repairing the current Hornets. Currently, Canada has paid the latest payment to the F-35’s Joint Strike Fighter program, delaying the imminent decision the Liberal government faces in replacing the Read More…
Canada has an Opportunity to Help Bridge Divides in Ukraine
What can Canada do in Ukraine? Charlotte Le Vay explores how Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms can set a precedent to help end internal tensions driving the Ukrainian conflict.
Peacekeeping Promises Little Peace: The Realities of 21st Century Conflicts
Canada was once viewed as a leader of UN peacekeeping missions. However, this role has shifted with the changing nature of global conflicts. Jayson Derow discusses why it would be more effective for the Liberal government to devote military resources to the battle in Iraq and Syria, instead of fragmenting the Canadian Armed Forces to various ineffective missions in Africa to fight the same enemy.