On March 18-19, 2016 the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs held its annual 2016 Trends in International Affairs Conference. Students, Faculty, and Professionals from all over Ontario joined us for a weekend of international relations presentations and conversation on topics of intrastate war, development, intelligence and terrorism and international governance. Meet some of the presenters below.

Mitchell Robitaille presented his paper Characterizing Aid Orphans: An Examination of Why Some Countries are Under-Aided.

Loriann Garden presented her paper Reintegrating Victims of Sexual Violence in Jordan’s Zaatari Refugee Camp.

Danielle Ouellette presented her paper Between the EU and a Hard Place: Ukraine as a Regional Battleground.

Nicole Halseth presented her paper A Rising Threat: Climate Change and Atoll Island States.

Andrej Litvinjenko presented his paper Exploiting the Eighth Sea: Policy Recommendations for the Lawful Implementation of H.R. 2262 US Space Launch Competitiveness Act.

Isabel Zucchero presented her paper Intervention and the North American Agenda: New Trajectories for a Conflicted Concept

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