States must commit to international law if they wish to avoid conflict in the Arctic, Aidan Simardone writes.
Junior Research Fellow Ramesh Balakrishnan examines the history of diplomacy between Iran and America and how it relates to President Trump’s current rhetoric regarding the Iran Deal.
With the ascendance of Vladimir Putin as president, Russia and North Korea have substantially resurrected their Soviet-era relationship, with both countries realizing the mutually beneficial economic and political potential. Russia, unlike the United States and the Soviet Union, does not have global ambitions such as export of an ideology but possesses a strong interest in […]
In a four part series, the NATO Association of Canada discusses the advance of Russia and Ukraine’s bid to join NATO with Ukrainian Consul General Andrii Veselovskyi. The inaugural feature discusses the reality of Russian intervention in Central and Eastern Europe, and analyzes how western misconceptions and acquiesce have led to a negligent disregard of […]
In her most recent article, Isabelle Ava-Pointon discusses the regime change in Armenia, and the mass protests that were only sparsely reported by Western media outlets.
As the world’s prominent powers rush towards progressing artificial intelligence, Maria Pepelassis analyzes the motivation for achieving dominance in this new frontier.
With the unveiling of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, much needed discussion has surfaced regarding online privacy and data regulation. McCartney Lee discusses the links between Surveillance Capitalism and Cambridge Analytica, and why more attention needs to be diverted towards legislation that regulates our online world.