In the wake of Trump’s election and Brexit, the EU launched a new global defence strategy to redefine its goals and strengthen regional unity. Here’s what experts are saying about the plan so far.
From trade to counter terrorism to civil society partnerships, here are the areas in need of greater collaboration between the two countries.
A peace treaty for the Korean peninsula may be the only realistic framework to achieve the denuclearization of North Korea, writes Cesar Jaramillo.
The document expands the uses of nuclear weapons and emphasizes the resurgence of ‘great power competition,’ writes Christopher Cowan.
The federal government has matched the $12.5 million Canadians have given to organizations aiding Rohingya refugees. Here’s a breakdown of the services the fund supports.
Will the impending implementation of the ‘crime of aggression’ and investigation into Afghanistan once again put the ICC’s legitimacy to the test?
Canada’s G7 agenda already includes several priorities, such as inclusive growth, gender equality and climate change. John Sinclair proposes adding one more — building support for the addition of two new G20 seats.
One year into Trump's term, what has Canada learned as it adjusts to life 'strapped to a madman?'
The summit is not going to resolve the conflict between the US and North Korea. But if there is a diplomatic solution to be pursued, Vancouver is a great opportunity to start building its foundation, writes Simon Palamar.
Simon Palamar breaks down some important security issues to watch, from the collapse of Cold War treaties to the coming storm between India and China.
The recent uprising in Iran seems to be contained, yet the regime will not be able to kill it, writes Saeed Rahnema. How will leaders in the country respond going forward?
Are some of Europe’s longstanding centrist parties compromising too much in the wake of a surge to the right? Adriano Marchese looks at recent changes in European politics and what lies ahead this year.
Eight years after publishing its first cyber strategy, Canada has yet to develop a more comprehensive policy for guiding its cyber-related activities abroad. Paul Meyer looks to a recently released strategy in Australia for inspiration.
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