How will Brexit shape Britain’s foreign policy towards other multinational partnerships and organizations?
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Measuring State Commitments to Women, Peace & Security: Launch of a new WPS scorecard
In this article, Jenny Yang analyzes Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) newly-launched scorecard to measure implementation of the Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) Agenda by the Permanent members of the UN Security Council (P5).
Proactive or ‘Pie in the Sky’?: The UK’s Political Parties Weigh in on the Decision to Renew Trident
Cas Legrand analyzes the division in London and Edinburgh over the renewal of Trident, the UK’s nuclear missile submarine program.
Brexit Unleashes the UK’s Procurement Dilemmas
In Part I of this series, Cas Legrand looks at the recent developments of the Royal Navy’s Trident program under the new leadership of Theresa May.
The F-35: Canada’s Allies Can See the Benefits, Why Can’t We?
Recent procurement of F-35 stealth bombers by Canada’s allies have reignited the debate on whether or not Canada has made the right decision on the future of the RCAF.
Burying the Issue: How Immigration has Become Misrepresented in BREXIT
Political Correctness and Racism have obscured a much larger problem that exists in most develpoed economies that the issue of immigration has revealed. Marko Gombac explores the dangers of free movement of the labour market in the 21st century
The Panama Papers and European Political Accountability
Vedran Kuljanin explores the Panama Papers and the effect it could have on the political accountability of Europe.
An Unfriendly Reminder: American Displeasure Over Brexit
Anthony Galea explores American concerns over the United Kingdom’s possible exit from the European Union.
The Race to Tehran: The European Drive to Revitalize Trade With Iran
On July 14, Iran and the permanent members of the UN Security Council signed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. In this agreement, Iran promised to reduce its supply of low-enriched uranium, eliminate its stockpile of medium-enriched uranium and cut two-thirds of its centrifuges for a minimum of 15 years. In exchange for its compliance, Read More…
The Economic Effects of ‘Brexit’ on Ireland
Anthony Galea explores the economic consequences of a possible UK exit from the European Union on the Irish economy.