With censorship soaring and real reporting all but taboo, the major dailies have just one important function left: being a political signaling system.
A new report says senior leaders feel ill-equipped to deal with the new hyperpartisan era and are afraid to tell their political masters hard truths.
Does electoral intervention work? An assessment of John F. Kennedy’s interventions in Canada’s 1962 and 1963 federal elections.
As climate change accelerates the melting of Arctic ice, international interest in the region among both state and non-state actors will only continue to grow. What does this entail for Northern communities? How will this impact Canada’s relationships with China, Russia, and the US? The global landscape may certainly become heated in more ways than one.
Whether recycled stances from their 2019 platform or new commitments to defence and security, a lack of clarity and planning encompasses much of the NDP’s foreign policy approach.
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.
Recycled promises and a lack of imagination characterize the Liberals' approach to foreign policy.
Mainstream issues like China and foreign interference dominate the agenda, but more esoteric issues like NORAD and hybrid threats also pop up, demonstrating that the party—at least on the surface—is committed to seriously thinking about Canada's precarious and uncomfortable place in the world.
Save the date! We are pleased to announce that we’ll be hosting Lloyd Axworthy on March 25th 2:30…
iAffairs, the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ), and the NPSIA Students’ Association (NSA) present the following academic panel:…