This month, we published and re-published a variety of policy analyses and political articles on pressing issues around the world, from Russia and the United States to China and domestic sanctions policy.

Upcoming events that may be of interest to our audience include the “Canada Talk Series: From National Security to Political Candidacy” by Carleton University’s School of Canadian Studies, as well as the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ)’s Call for Submissions for its 30th volume.

To read our previously published articles and to learn more about the events, check out our home page or a quick glance below!

January’s Publications

“A Year Later and Things Are Very Different in Moscow” by Alexander Hill

“America: A Rogue State in the Twilight of Imperial Age” by Scott Burchill

“The Five Eyes and Canada’s ‘China Panic’” by the University of Victoria’s Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives

“Canadian Foreign Policy Journal: Volume 29, Issue 1: Capabilities and Gaps in the Canadian Special Economic Measures Act Regime” by Michael Saunders

Upcoming Events

“Canada Talk Series: From National Security to Political Candidacy” with Huda Mukbil

Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ)’s Call for Submissions

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