Why and how should South Korea reduce its dependency on China and enhance the diversification of its battery supply chain through Canada?
The window for peace talks is closing as Western support dries up.
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.
Dr Adam Chapnick and Dr Jeremy Wildeman consider Canada’s foreign policy and Canadian sovereignty amid the myriad fault lines appearing in international relations due to significant change to the global distribution of power.
This paper examines the Canadian sanctions regime and compares it with the US regime under the Office of Foreign Assets Control, in order to highlight gaps and assess the regime’s overall effectiveness.
For most of the post-WW2 period, Washington’s strength rested on its ability to convince other nations that it was in their vital interests to see the United States prevail in its role as the global leader.
Washington's seeming refusal to use its leverage to stop civilian carnage may do more damage than even the Iraq War, say experts. - Branko Marcetic
"The illusion of eventual success on the battlefield is founded on a mistaken idea of how to measure winning and losing."
This article analyzes the historical evolution of the province's international activities in this area, by tracing the different periods of its development.
"Even though Canada was the top trading partner of the U.S. until 2014, experts say that Canada will have trouble competing with Mexico’s larger population and cheaper labour.