Amid the COVID-19 crisis, Willow Hillman highlights the role that the Bank of Canada’s inflation targeting and monetary policy has in ensuring Canadian economic security, and the pursuit of the political and military means by which NATO ensures member states’ freedom and security.
Foreign aid might not be so helpful after all. Funds tend to benefit the rich rather than help those in poverty.
Bonnie Lao explores the politics of trade and alliance between Japan, Russia, and China triggered by Japan’s energy insecurity.
Today, 95 percent of all trade is conducted via sea routes. Alongside the military expansion of China and Russia arises a threat to international trade routes. Ravdeep Sandal of the NATO Association of Canada explores the implications of the military expansion from China and Russia on international trade security.
Samer Khurshid details Canada’s Arctic Doctrine pertaining to Sovereignty, security and Regional Economic Development.
In this article, Dan discusses whether subsidies based on non-trade related public policy rationales are legally prohibited according to WTO’s rules. He argues the SCM Agreement’s subsidy regulation regime presents States with legal uncertainty regarding the implementation of legitimate non-trade related public policy-based subsidies.