This edition looks back on Canada’s approach to encouraging democracy abroad, consider ways to enhance middle power democracy statecraft in an era of growing international and domestic insecurity.
iAffairs Canada is delighted to present Episode 66 of the Policy Talks Podcast.
"The purpose of the special issue is to “shed light on both the remarkable opportunities and formidable challenges that building stronger ties to Southeast Asia entails.”
The Zaporizhia Summer Blockbuster
Drawing on theories of settler colonialism and racial capitalism, Dr. John Price’s presentation will emphasize the need for ongoing critical analysis, and the potential for intersectional solidarity.
"If you don't like working-class populists, you're going to hate the white-collar populists"
Canada reached an important milestone June 16, 2023. For the first time, there were 40 million people living in Canada. That means that someone out there is the 40 millionth Canadian. But who is it?
This article analyzes the historical evolution of the province's international activities in this area, by tracing the different periods of its development.
Recent developments in the US should serve as a warning: government overreach can damage academic careers and the functioning of universities.
Media critic Norman Solomon on how the U.S. media keeps the human consequences of the country’s foreign policy out of view.