By: David MacDuff International relations specialist and former advisor to the UN Secretary General Jennifer Welsh’s new book, The Return of History: Conflict, Migration, and Geopolitics in the Twenty-First Century (House of Anansi Press, 2016), informed her 2016 Massey Lectures, delivered
By: Hugh Stephens The TPP, at least its current form, is dead. It was on life support throughout the U.S. election but president-elect Donald Drumpf has driven a stake through its heart with his announcement that he will initiate the
By: Joanna Harrington Many Canadians are supportive of efforts aimed at enhancing cooperation between Canada and China. But the potential negotiation of a Canada-China extradition treaty, under scrutiny since Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Canada two weeks ago, also
In partnership with the Centre for Global Studies at the University of Victoria, the Victoria branch of the CIC organized a student essay contest asking the question, “How do Canada’s unique attributes enable it to play a significant role in
Those debating the Trans-Pacific Partnership have overlooked one crucial benefit: the chance to build on renewed relations between Canada and Mexico. By: Juan Navarro
Choosing between Taiwan or China is a false dichotomy for the Liberal government. By Hugh Stephens
Elliot Cho notes in the cases of Crimea and Novorossiya that humanity is witnessing nationalism being applied to justify inflicting harm on other nations.
Karen Mazurkewich on the potential positive outcomes of the sale of Canada’s intellectual property, and how they could hold the key to our future.
Eighty-three years ago, the Holodomor – a dark period in Ukrainian history – began, in which Stalin engineered a famine which killed millions of Ukrainians. By Elliot Cho