As Month 13 looms for many Syrians who are trying their hand at integrating into Canada without financial assistance, it is a pivotal point in the country’s ability to see their presence as a blessing as opposed to a burden.
Demyan Plakhov investigates the ramifications of African nations wanting to withdraw from the ICC.
Ryan Atkinson discusses the prospects of a possible Canadian peace operation in the Sahel.
Rejeanne Lacroix investigates the implementation of the social parasite tax in Belarus and the subsequent nationwide protests. She reflects upon possible political strategies for the former Soviet country.
With the first famine in six years being declared in South Sudan, Jacqueline Hicks examines its causes as well as the greater global food security crisis.
Jacqueline Hicks examines the Yazidi people’s fight for justice two years after ISIS began its systemic slaughter of the ethno-religious group in August 2014.
Rejeanne Lacroix examines the need for dynamic military doctrine in relation to the CAF Child Soldiers Doctrine and upcoming peacekeeping operations in Mali. Has Canada provided the globe with a viable framework for this complex issue?
Mark Jarratt discusses the importance for Canada to address child soldiers when entering a war zone on a peacekeeping mission.
Russia’s path to achieving regional power in the Middle East may rely on the success of balancing the interests of parties involved in the Syrian conflict. Farah Bogani explores the challenges that lie ahead for Russia after the Astana peace talks.
Michele Di Leo interviews Marc Trouyet, the Consul General of France in Toronto, about the most interesting aspects of his diplomatic career, as well as France’s efforts as to combat terrorism and remain an active player in the international system.