This publication examines Canada among nations over the last year and projects forward into the year 2022. It also discusses the shrinking horizon of a foreign economic policy premised on liberal internationalism and presents challenges for Canada in the upcoming year.
Carleton University's David Carment has released the newest issue of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, focused on policy structures and state responses to COVID 19.
Canada’s most recent announcement to renew global vaccination efforts provides hope to the most vulnerable; however, a closer look shows Trudeau’s unwillingness to do anything more than throw money at the problem.
COVAX's financing mechanism is not succeeding in ensuring equal vaccine distribution - and it is far from a "global solution" to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is essential to recognize the disproportionate challenges that many communities face due to their race, age, location, or access to resources and, in so doing, address the inequalities in Canada’s pandemic response.
iAffairs Canada sat down with Irvin Studin, editor-in-chief and publisher of Global Brief magazine and president of the Institute for 21st Century Questions, for a discussion on Canada's post-pandemic future.
Africa’s resilience largely depends on its women, which is its strength, and could potentially be the solution to the devastating, gendered impacts of COVID-19.
With cautious optimism creeping in, the question of COVID-19 recovery is front and centre. And despite being a middle power on the world stage, Canada can, if it takes the right steps, be a leader in the path to recovery.
TW/CW: domestic violence, violence against women, gender-based violence A year into the pandemic, it is clear that COVID-19…
There is a deep relationship between national health policy and defence and security policy. In traditionalist terms, health…