Biden is cynically weaponising democracy.
The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, in partnership with Canada-China Focus, invite you to a one-day, in person conference discussing Canada-China Relations at Carleton University.
A compilation of research on the Ukraine-Russia Crisis since 2014 as seen through the eyes of iAffairs contributors past and present.
iAffairs Canada is delighted to present Episode 60 of the Policy Talks Podcast. Guest: Diana DeVivo, Strategic Communications & Partnership Liaison for the NATO…
The Canadian Foreign Policy Journal has issued a call for papers for its upcoming special issue. Submissions should examine the connection between diminishing Canadian sovereignty, how the federal government frames and presents its foreign policy actions, and the Canadian identity in this special issue.
Sloppy stick-handling on Ukraine might be symptomatic of a broader malaise. It happens when policy-making is replaced by political hyperbole.
An evaluation of the country’s foreign policy performance last year demonstrates the Trudeau government’s growing gap between rhetoric and reality, a challenge that only pushes Canada further away from its former status as a strong middle power.
The Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) is requesting submissions related to Canada and international affairs for its 29th volume, to be published in 2023. The deadline for submissions is December 2022.
The Canadian Foreign Policy Journal is requesting submissions on the topic of ‘The Conflict in Ukraine and International…
iAffairs Canada is delighted to present Episode 59 of the Policy Talks Podcast. Guest: Dr. Zachary Paikin, Research Fellow at the Institute for Peace…
With censorship soaring and real reporting all but taboo, the major dailies have just one important function left: being a political signaling system.
There are far better ways to support the Ukrainian people than glorifying Volodymyr Zelensky