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.
The International Criminal Court is a body that is intended to deliver justice. However, when powerful actors like the US can sway the OTP’s decision to suit its interests, is justice even attainable?
Digital diplomacy is now considered an integral part of diplomatic efforts. This increased connectivity is wide-reaching, and with it, a mixed-bag of security risks and opportunities for positive change.
Through a virtual session hosted by the Canadian International Council, former diplomat James Trottier discusses US-North Korea Policy from a Canadian view.
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.
The dire state of humanitarian aid highlights the need for the international community to further its collective efforts, and to revive the positive gains made before the pandemic.
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.
On May 27, iAffairs Canada co-hosted a virtual panel discussion to address and explore Canada’s engagement and foreign policy toward the Middle East Peace Process and the Palestinians.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrates that we are living through a period of existential and ongoing threats that put…