A discussion on the fragile trajectory of peace in Afghanistan and the Doha Agreement peace deal, hosted by the NATO Association of Canada.
Between March and October of 2020, 17 countries passed new laws aimed at stifling the spread of online misinformation. Citing the increasingly contentious pandemic-related content as a primary justification, multiple governments and distinctly authoritarian regimes cracked down on critics and limited individual expression under the pretense of maintaining social stability. Hong Kong is keen to Read More…
This essay inquires whether John Locke’s stands on prerogatives still applicable in the liberal constitutional democracy. First, the essay analyzes how prerogatives work in a modern liberal constitutional framework. Second, it argues whether there is a need for an extra-legal prerogative in a modern liberal constitutional democracy. Locke argues that the deficit within the legislature is the Read More…
In this article by Bryan Roh, the NATO origins behind an open source software called MISP and the reasons behind its worldwide success are explained.
These experts will address the challenges of procuring and equitably distributing the COVID-19 vaccine across the globe, as well as the challenges of international cooperation in tackling a common threat. Make sure to join us to hear from these wonderful speakers!
As Europe confronts Jihadists from across the Mediterranean, Arjun Singh lays out measures to upgrade NATO’s maritime operation for better European security.
We are excited to be holding a virtual discussion with H.E. Vice Skračić, the Croatian Ambassador to Canada, on March 10th! The discussion will primarily focus on Croatia and Canada’s Bilateral Relationship, Common Security Interests, and challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. It will also touch upon the NATO Alliance and the Croatian Delegation, and Read More…
What does it mean to shift security to the left? In this special report, Bryan Roh explores the origins of the DevSecOps movement and the reasons behind its increasing adoption in the global software industry.
After the controversial appointment of Lloyd Austin as U.S. Secretary of Defense, Arjun Singh examines the principle of “civilian control of the military” in the United States.
Our expert panel will examine how U.S.-China competition brings NATO into the Pacific, the challenges that China’s rise poses to transatlantic security, and new opportunities for NATO to engage in the Asia-Pacific with like-minded partners.