The Global South is not intimidated and has increasingly refused to ally with the West on sanctions and condemnations.
The West appears blind to its own hypocrisy and narrow interests in calling for a rules-based order.
The prevalence of far-right extremism in Canada continues to be a growing concern. This piece examines how its relationship to the law impacts the broader societal consciousness.
Peace and Conflict Resolution scholars and foreign affairs practitioners convened at the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School’s Point…
Economic and other actions just short of a formal declaration of war can be lethal and carry unpredictable consequences.
A compilation of research on the Ukraine-Russia Crisis since 2014 as seen through the eyes of iAffairs contributors past and present.
Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is motivated by his desire to resurrect an old Russian empire that failed to stand the test of time and is now necessary for his regime’s survival. For Ukraine, maintaining independent sovereignty is key to its survival, making a diplomatic solution unlikely.
The clouds of war have gathered over Eastern Europe as the conflict in Ukraine threatens to engulf members of the EU and NATO in a direct confrontation with Russia. Neither Russia nor the United States are willing to make substantial concessions. What can regional actors, including Canada, do to re-assert their role as conflict managers?
With Russian troops massing at the borders and daily warnings of imminent invasion, a former military intelligence analyst argues that war in Ukraine isn't actually inevitable.
With a price tag of over $2 trillion for the U.S alone, and 240,000 lives lost, the intervention in Afghanistan turned out to be one of the costliest and most unsuccessful campaigns undertaken by Washington and its allies.