Libya has experienced an ongoing political crisis since the Arab revolt and protests of 2011. The aftermath of the protests has led to a civil war, foreign military intervention backed by NATO, the ousting of the former President Muammar Gaddafi. The problems occurring in Libya can be traced back to Gaddafi’s downfall, as Libyan society […]
The program editors at NAOC look at global intervention in Sub-Saharan Africa in the form of military, economic, and political ties.
Aidan Simardone writes on why NATO should intervene in humanitarian crises, even without UN authorization.
EU members met with Libya to discuss plans to stem the flow of migration from Africa to Europe. Farah Bogani explores the potential impacts of the new migration policy and whether it risks increasing instability in Libya.
In Part I of this two part series, Program Editors Kelsie Chasse and Ashley McIntyre discussed the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) and Canada’s past reluctance to sign. In this section, Libya, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia are examined as case studies, and the possible application of the ATT in past and future arms deals is discussed.
Ashley McIntyre and Kelsie Chasse discuss the Arms Trade Treaty, Canada’s recent history of questionable arms transfers, and what signing the Arms Trade Treaty could mean for Canada.