The Think Tank
ESSAYS, INTERVIEWS, AND GRAPHICS
How to Stop Canadians From Becoming Jihadists
Criminalization alone is not best way to deal with radicalization, argue Alexander Corbeil and Reza Akhlaghi.
Canada Aiding Iraq: This Is Just the Beginning
Navid Hassibi and Wisam Salih on what Ottawa can do to help the fight against the Islamic State.
Modi’s India, Three Months In
Ramesh Thakur considers India's direction under its new Prime Minister.
Digging for truth in Guatemala
Kyle Matthews and photographer Tristan Brand follow the forensic team unearthing and identifying victims of decades of civil war.
Arctic Sovereignty: Fear and Loathing Over Santa’s Workshop
Jeremy Kinsman on Canada's strained relationship with Russia in the Arctic.
Principles and Prejudice
Values have been at the core of Canadian foreign policy under both Conservative and Liberal governments. Where Harper's policy goes wrong is in its lack of clarity, consistency, and effectiveness, argues Gerd Schönwälder.
Canada’s Central American Connection
An interview with author and academic Maria Cristina Garcia about Canada's relationship with migrants from Central America.
Sex, Social Change, and Politics in the Arab World
An Interview with author and activist Shereen El-Feki on how sexual rights can foster democracy and vice versa.
Using the Internet to Save Lives in Iran
An interview with human rights activist Maryam Nayeb Yazdi about her efforts to stop executions in Iran.
Videos and Graphics
Where the Urbanites Are
Urbanization is increasingly an Asian and African phenomenon.
The Green Energy Gap
While the consumption of renewable energy is growing, the world still has a long way to go if it wants to phase out fossil fuels.
The Burgeoning Business of International Education
The benefits of cross-border education go beyond the fees that international students pay. It is increasingly a way for a country to project itself on the world stage. This graphic breaks down the flow of international students and where Canada fits in.