The iAffairs’ Diplomacy section will relate to both formal and informal efforts by the Canadian Government to achieve its policy objectives internationally. Content will include, but not be limited to, Canada’s participation in various formal international fora, including the United Nations and NATO, but also public commentary by government officials relating to international negotiations and processes in which Canada has a stake.
Gregory Morris is a master’s candidate at the Norman Patterson School of International Affairs. He obtained his undergraduate training in history from Dalhousie University, specializing in early modern Italy. He is interested in eastern European integration within the European Union, particularly with respect to border conflicts in Bosnia and Cyprus. He is also interested in the Dayton eace process and the effect the Dayton Accords have had upon peace treaty formulation, interpretation, and compliance.