America’s gun laws are full of loopholes and gaps. And while some states are tightening their rules, others are only weakening them further.
The National Rifle Association has the last say when it comes to America’s gun laws. Here’s why.
While monitoring communications of diplomats by their host countries is nothing new, were Canadian and US diplomats targets of botched attempts?
Canada’s proposing new chapters for NAFTA re-negotiation talks that are some of the most socially ambitious yet.
Can mathematics shed light on why countries choose protectionism?
To honour LGBT month, the turbulent experiences of identifying service men and women are acknowledged, while the paranoia surrounding their service are debunked. The accession of prospective nations into the Alliance raises the question of whether the LGBT inclusion status of a nation is a factor worth considering for membership. And if it should be, can religious affiliation influence the security and defence commitments of NATO members?
On March 15, The U.S. Department of Justice announced the indictments of two Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) officers in connection with the 2014 hacking of over 500 million Yahoo user accounts. This marks the first criminal case concerning cybersecurity brought directly against Russian government officials, and what seems to be a change in the Read More…
The Program Editors and Anastasia Shlyakhova, a political science student at the University of Toronto, discuss what Canadian foreign policy and grand strategy should seek to achieve during Trump’s term.
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.
Will NATO change as Europe shifts right? Matthew Rae reports