This roundtable discussion brings together scholars at this important moment for a conversation on the different framings of terrorism that permeate national and international discussion on Gaza and Israel.
Washington's seeming refusal to use its leverage to stop civilian carnage may do more damage than even the Iraq War, say experts. - Branko Marcetic
iAffairs' Hadi Wess sat down, virtually, with Emma Swan to discuss her recent paper in the CFPJ's special issue on the Middle East.
The U.S. has dropped at least 337,000 bombs and missiles in 20 years — and now clutches its pearls over Russia.
Iraq’s democracy depends on consensus — yet parties in the minority in parliament don’t want to take the opposition role
iAffairs Canada is delighted to present Episode 57 of the Policy Talks Podcast. Guest: Professor Nour El Kadri, President of the Canadian Arab Federation;…
Le document d’Amnistie Internationale qui concernant les droits humains en Israel non seulement condamne le traitement du peuple palestinien du pays, mais ce parle de l’oppression répandue et prolongée, imposée par un groupe qui est historiquement marginalisé à un autre.
Canadian foreign policy has made Muslim-Canadians feel as if their lives are not equal to the lives of others, while perpetuating the false connection between Islam and terrorism.
This policy brief has been shared with iAffairs by its authors, Marshall Palmer, Kevin Budning and Paxton Mayer,…
With a worsening economy, political instability, and increasing regional tensions, Lebanon has become increasingly at risk of government…