In this article, Junior Research Fellow Andrew Erskine explores the unilateral Indo-Pacific strategy of four major powers in NATO and how they pose a challenge for NATO in developing a collective strategy for the region.
Amidst growing tensions between Britain and the E.U, Arjun Singh evaluates the most-recent ‘Brexit’ Bill and its implications for NATO unity.
Erdogan’s victory in the referendum shows the power of a leader channeling the national interest to take back the state. It is another expression of the populist trend sweeping across the Atlantic and the European continent and positions Erdogan closer to Nigel Farage, Donald Trump or Marine Le Pen than it does to Arab dictators in neighbouring Middle-Eastern countries.
Aidan Simardone explores whether an independent Scotland should be a member of the Alliance.
Is terrorism going to become a normal occurrence as attacks are happening more frequently in the West?
Canada is globally praised for its universal, inclusive healthcare. Yet the federal budget for 2017 continues to grapple with health issues plaguing Canadian stakeholders, and some needs are addressed better than others.
Critics of proportional representation say it gives a platform to extremism. Is that true?
How will Brexit shape Britain’s foreign policy towards other multinational partnerships and organizations?
The United Kingdom has 2 years to secure trade deals outside the EU in light of Brexit. British Prime Minister Theresa May is looking to a defense agreement with Turkey as a first step.
After British Prime Minister Theresa May’s speech on Tuesday, January 17, it became clear that Britain is headed for a hard Brexit. Among the points discussed by the British leader, she outlined that her cabinet will push for leaving the European single market. Analysts have suggested that this move could potentially trigger uncertainty and pose challenges for London’s finance industry.