The Internet of Things combined with Big Data presents a new paradigm that offers unprecedented potential for improving life, but also poses serious challenges for security, privacy, justice, and democracy.
Trump is making environmental innovation less of a priority, and is instead focused on giving car companies a break to boost the domestic car industry. This could result in a slump in innovation and the progression of science.
The security threats posed by crypto-currencies and the dark web must inevitably be managed by an intergovernmental body.
With the recent increase in civilian casualties from coalition airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, Farah Bogani examines the narrative emerging from the Mosul airstrike.
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?
Tensions between countries are rising amidst North Korea’s latest missile launches. China, Japan, South Korea, and the United States are concerned about the blatant disregard North Korea is showing. Mitchell Haid discusses the most recent proceedings happening on the Korean Peninsula and how each country is reacting.
In the first part of a two-part series on the trans-nationalization of far-right extremism, Aidan Simardone covers how far-right extremists’ ideology, communication, and use of black markets are increasingly operating across borders.
In light of recent events concerning the South China Sea, Jacqueline Hicks examines the current state of the conflict and the role of diplomacy in placating it.
Israel and the US seem to be closer to the same page than ever in recent history. The only question that remains is whether the status quo is more comfortable.